- Footage of a dark shape passing over the Moon has been claimed as a sighting
- The unexplained shadow was seen travelling over the lunar surface on March 2
- It was seen by a ‘witness’ capturing the full Moon in Dearborn Heights, Michigan
This footage of a dark disc passing over the moon has been claimed as a UFO sighting.
The unexplained shadow was apparently seen travelling quickly across the moon earlier this month and has been shared by a UFO channel on YouTube.
The short footage was filmed from Dearborn Heights, near Detroit, Michigan, on March 2.
A ‘witness’ said they had been filming the full moon when they noticed the dark shape seeming to move across the lunar surface.
The unexplained shadow was apparently seen travelling quickly across the moon earlier this month and has been shared by a UFO channel on YouTube
The disc can be seen entering the shot from the left-hand side and standing out against the Moon’s illuminated surface.
It purportedly travels straight across the top of the Moon as seen from the camera’s point of view.
The ‘witness’ told the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON): ‘I was filming the full moon and captured a dark disk traveling southbound in front of the moon.’
But one debunking expert said it was more likely to have a natural explanation, according to the Daily Express.
‘I think it’s a small object crossing the lunar disc like a mylar balloon. There are many similar footages like this,’ said Scott Brando of ufoofinterest.org
It comes after the pilot of a US Navy jet was shocked after he witnessed a mysterious object streak across the sky just above the Atlantic Ocean.
It comes after the pilot of a US Navy jet was shocked after he witnessed a mysterious object streak across the sky just above the Atlantic Ocean
The pilot yelled ‘What the f*** is that thing?’ as his sensors locked in on the mysterious object.
Earlier this month some UFO spotters claimed another sighting when an unexplained silver sphere was seen hanging in the sky above upstate New York on Google Street View.
But many viewers were not convinced, saying the orb was nothing more than a splash of water on the camera lens.