The biggest talking point for the last couple of days has been the blue moon and the lunar eclipse that dominated the sky around the world. Everybody was busy watching the eclipse dominate the sky and all eyes were on the disappearing moon that had caught everyone’s attention. Social media is flooded with pictures of the super moon that happened on January 31, 2018. However, some keen observers noticed a strange thing during the rare phenomenon. A video that has been uploaded on YouTube by the channel UFOmania claims to show a spaceship zooming past the moon on a live NASA broadcast of the lunar eclipse. The clip shows a flying object appears next to the blood moon as the lunar eclipse is about to occur and zooms past the moon at high speed. The flying object is being claimed as an alien spaceship that can be seen during super moon.

The video shows a bright white spot zoom across the moon with a white offshoot trailing behind it. Reportedly the witness who spotted the bizarre occurrence said, “I just happened to notice an object traveling at a very high rate of speed going down the left side of the moon and downwards to the left until it was out of the frame. Trailing behind the object was a pulsating/flashing light that seemed to flash at regular interval.” The video has garnered a huge response from users and most tend to agree with the man who spotted the UFO in the first place.

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People left comments under the video convinced that they are looking at a UFO. However, there were quite a few who disagreed and said that the object looked like an aircraft with identification light flashing and strobe lights being seen. The blue moon is not actually blue, but is a total lunar eclipse that involves the second full moon in a month. Blue moon is really a rare occurrence and the last blue moon occurred in 1866, 150 years ago. The moon also looked red because it coincided with a total lunar eclipse. The moon is also called Blood Moon because of refraction that bends the light. The full moon of January 31, 2018, was a super blue blood moon.