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The Moon has always been a subject of controversy among astronomers, scientists, astronauts, and amateurs who are closely observing our natural satellite, and rightly so, since many of the noted scientists have claimed that the Moon represents one of the major mysteries of contemporary astronomy.

Without a doubt, the line crater is one of the most puzzling enigmas because of the magnitude of the evidence and the scientific scope it had at the time, dozens of astronomers couldn’t believe it, so you can get an idea, imagine that a day you will observe a crater the size of Washington on the Moon, the days pass and you stop observing it to look at other parts of the moon and when you want to return to locate that crater, you cannot find it, which means that it has disappeared. Disconcerting don’t you think?


Early astronomers, such as Herschel, had observed a deep crater in the sea of ​​serenity near the lunar North Pole and named after the distinguished botanist Carl Von Lineé or Lineo, as well in the book Der Mond (FROM TWO AUTHORS BERLINESES BEER AND MADLER, WHO AFFIRMED THAT THE MOON WAS A BALL WITH A SERIES OF TOTALLY DEAD MOUNTAINS) described the crater in detail and even served as a reference in all the lunar maps of the time.

How many times have we not heard of strange lights on the moon, impressive constructions that leave no doubt that there’s something there and they’re hiding? Since man went to the Moon in 69, I have never been back, even though NASA has even planned to go to Mars.

If you have seen the documentary of “MIRLO ROJO” by Juan José Benítez you can have a bigger picture of why it hasn’t been returned to our natural satellite for almost 50 years.