The Daily Mail stirred up a story about a very amusing sighting on the one and only Moon. Youtuber "WowForReeel" spotted a triangular object on the surface of the moon via the Google Moon software (at coordinates 22°42'38.46"N 142°34'44.52"E):
“After going there on Google Moon and staring at this thing for quite a long time I can say yes, it is really there, not faked and I have no clue what it is. I found nothing else like it in any of the other craters.”
After a few fringe sites, along with TechandGadgetNews.com, picked the story up, the Daily Mail caught wind:
Indeed, moon anomalies are not really an anomaly at all! While the Mars iguana is a difficult pill to swallow (there is so no symmetry here to confirm anything but a human fantasy), this recent discovery on the moon has me intrigued. But shouldn't this be something anyone with a good telescope and view of the night sky can see?
TUS will continue to peck away at this story, but if you can find this on Google Moon or through your telescope, please share your photographs and/or stories!
What do you guys think this is? Hoax? Digital mistake? Or as some forum goers have suggested, Chinese lanterns or swamp gas??