First men on moon claim UFO followed them as sightings of ‘space guests’ aired

The first men on the moon claimed they were followed by a UFO, and future astronauts went on to report similar sightings of "space guests".

Famous astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin maintain they spotted an alien aircraft while wandering the surface of the moon after their infamous flight in 1969.

Neither man said anything of alien encounters, but did confirm unidentified objects were floating in the vicinity while on their mission, something which other astronauts also experienced.

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UFO sightings and even "space guests" were spotted as recently as 2020, with a collection of astronauts continually alleging they encountered something non-human and indescribable.

Most recently was the interaction between Cosmonaut Ivan Vagner and a strange "space guest" he found in a time lapse video he took of the Aurora Australis.

Snapping some footage of the Northern Lights saw the Russian Cosmonaut spark a wave of UFO claims as the "mysterious video" captured a series of objects flying alongside the lights.

Those watching the footage back in 2020 were teased by Vagner, who said there was "something else, not only the aurora" in his video, CTV reported.

His recent claim of something strange in the skies comes over 50 years after Armstrong and Aldrin saw something which stunned the astronaut duo into silence.

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Aldrin, recalling the experience back in 2006, said: "Now, obviously, the three of us were not going to blurt out, ‘Hey Houston we got something moving alongside of us and we don’t know what it is, you know, can you tell us what it is?’.

"We weren’t about to do that, cause we know that those transmissions would be heard by all sorts of people and who knows what somebody would have demanded that we turn back because of aliens or whatever the reason is, so we didn’t do that but we did decide we’d just cautiously ask Houston where, how far away was the S-IVB?"

Now the dust has settled, a senior Apollo 11 scientist has admitted the object was "obviously an unidentified flying object".

Dr David Baker agreed the crew had seen something unexpected during their trip to the moon.

He said: "It was obviously an unidentified flying object, but such objects were not uncommon and the history of even earth orbit space flights going back over the previous years indicated that several crews saw objects".

The sightings made by Armstrong however could be a mere collection of debris from their own jettisoned spacecraft.

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