A mysterious bright object, similar to a UFO, suddenly appeared on the surface of the moon, captured live by the telescope on March 29, 2020.
Strange “lights” have been seen on the moon before, and often this phenomenon is associated with UFOs or extraterrestrial activity on the moon.
A possible explanation for these lights is the so-called “transient lunar phenomenon”, which is a short-term light, color, or change in appearance on the surface of the moon.
Allegations of short-term lunar phenomena date back at least 1000 years ago, with some of them observed independently by several witnesses or authoritative scientists. Most lunar scientists acknowledge that transient events, such as gas emissions and the formation of impact craters, do occur over geological time: the contradiction lies in the frequency of such events.
It has been suggested that effects associated with an electrostatic charge may be able to explain some of the transient lunar phenomena.
It is possible that strange light is such a “transentral lunar phenomenon”, but it cannot be ruled out that the object is of extraterrestrial origin.