'Spike' on moon claimed to be alien base's antenna
While NASA hasn't had much success in finding any aliens on the moon, the orb has still been a popular target for alien hunters. A new claim has been made by a Finnish man named Mark Sawalha who says he has found an unusual spike on the lunar surface which could indicate alien life.
A photo of the area, which was taken by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, appears to show a relatively thin structure emerging from the ground.
The Sun has quoted him as saying, "I think this finding could be the antenna of an underground alien base, because there is a plateau under the spike."
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Sawalha explained, "I guess that there are also some kind of mining activities going on the Moon. Aliens are using moon minerals and they have bases there too.... "
The discovery of a similar moon spire earlier this year was quickly debunked by a scientist working on the Lunar Orbiter mission as an optical illusion.
So, is there a secret alien base on the moon? Almost certainly not.