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  • 'Death Star' UFO Skims Across the Moon's Surface in Stunning Video

    A UFO likened to the "Death Star" was allegedly caught on a digital camera while a skywatcher was zooming in on the surface of the moon. The object is moving very fast and casts a shadow on the moon.

    Footage of a black object zooming across the surface of the moon has been captured using a powerful camera – and some viewers reckon it's a UFO.

    While the object might be a meteor, conspiracy theorists have said they reckon it is an alien craft of "Death Star" proportions.

    In the clip, the rocky surface of the moon is shown through the lens of a Nikon COOLPIX P900 digital camera.

    A black object suddenly appears in the top right corner and casts a shadow over the moon as it hurtles above the surface and then disappears into the blackness.

    The footage was filmed by Serbian woman Dragana M Redzic on August 23 and was shared on YouTube by the channel Hidden Underbelly 2.0.

    He says: "While she was filming the moon, she caught this object going across the moon's surface at spee

    "Because if you can imagine how big the moon is, this thing is traveling pretty fast

    "If you look at the object, you can see it's casting a clear shadow on the moon's surface.

    "Now, could this be one of the many probes that are up there?

    "I feel that this thing is moving a bit too fast to be a probe. What do you guys think?"

    One viewer commented: "When it can cast a visible shadow on the moon's surface it has to be MASSIVE.

    "That is definitely in my opinion a very big craft."

    Another person said: "A massive UFO or a meteor doing a close flyby just missing the moon."

    "Massive ship if it’s real, something the size of a Death Star," enthused somebody else.

    This comes after a UFO was allegedly caught inspecting an active volcano spitting out lava.

  • How to See the Jupiter and Saturn Conjunction

    How to see Jupiter and Saturn in December:

    The biggest planets of our solar system are headed towards a great conjunction later this month.

    On December 21, the gas giant will appear to meet in the celestial dome, coming closer than they have in centuries.

    Conjunctions like theis only happen once every 20 years or so, so this is one event you will not want to miss.

    According to EarthSky astronomers Deborah Byrd and Bruce McClure the last Jupiter-Saturn great conjunction fell on May 28, 2000.

    The astronomers said: "Watch for these worlds to edge closer and closer together throughout the first three weeks of December 2020."

    You will want to grab a telescope or a strong pair of binoculars for this.

    Look for the planets soon after sunset as the planets will be highest up around dusk and nightfall.

    In the Northern Hemisphere, look for Jupiter in the south to southwest skies.

    Saturn will appear nearby the gas giant like a particularly bright star.

    Online tools like Stellarium can help you locate both planets on the celestial dome from your specific location.

    Watch:Jupiter and Saturn to Collide in the Night Sky, Appearing as One 'Great Star'

    Astronomers are on the verge of witnessing one of the greatest and rarest events, as the planets Jupiter and Saturn appear to collide in the evening sky, resembling that of a double planet, in a spectacle last seen during the middle ages.

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