Bizarre Lights Spotted On The Surface of The Moon Turn ON and OFF

Light lunar phenomena have been recognized since 1950, and despite the fact that there are numerous hypotheses regarding their origin, they still need to be explained, which brings us to the topic of this article.

Now, astronomers at Julius-Maximilians University have developed a telescope that will identify epidemics using artificial intelligence.

Professor Kayal proposes a proposal to explain why longer flashes occur, and he aims to confirm his concept.

According to the professor, there appears to be seismic activity on the moon. When this happens, gases reflecting sunlight are released from the moon’s depths, which might explain the bright occurrence.

However, the cause of the epidemic is still unknown. They are known to switch on and off at specific times of the day.


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