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Over the past 50 years, billions of dollars have been spent visiting our nearest neighbor in space, the moon. It's the only extraterrestrial body humans have ever walked on. Besides the United States and Russia, Japan, China, India and the European Space Agency have all sent robotic spacecraft moonward.Probably the most prolific of these missions, NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), is stockpiling close to 1 million pictures of the lunar surface that are so sharp, you could see a coffee table nestled among the boulders.Astrobiologist and physicist Paul Davies recently said that LRO's public-accessible photos should be perused by a citizen science program to look for any alien artifacts left on the moon.
IRVA - International Remote Viewing Association:IRVA recommends caution on recent news concerning Transception remote viewing project.A company named Transception has recently claimed that Apollo 16 discovered wreckage from an alien space craft. This information was allegedly based on remote viewing data. IRVA does not endorse this claim, nor do we have any reason to believe that the information is accurate or that it was the result of sound use of remote viewing. We recommend caution when examining any claim that appears to be of a sensational character based on un-evaluated and unconfirmed remote viewing data.