We go deeper into the secrets of the moon, and discover, among other things, that the areas where Richard Hoagland has found most of the images that suggest artificial structures to him have some very unusual properties. So, are there alien bases there or not? And what of Phobos, the mysterious Martian moon that shows lots of evidence of not being a natural object at all?

Louis Proud takes us deeper yet into the mysteries of the moon, and comes up with some of the most surprising and carefully researched discoveries that have appeared in years.
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Our closest cosmic neighbor is also a great cosmic mystery. It has power over us, exerting mysterious influences that have profoundly impacted our history and impacts the lives of every one of us every day. But what is the moon? Is the scientific theory that the moon is the result of a huge impact with Earth by a Mars-sized object billions of years ago correct? If not, then where did it come from?read more

The Earth may once have had two moons. If so, what happened to the other one?

There’s another theory that says we may STILL have two suns (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show).

NASA’s GRAIL mission launched a lunar probe in 2011 to try to find remnants of a second moon, buried beneath the surface of the moon we see at night.
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If there was water on the moon, we could colonize it (and take an elevator there). Well, there just may be: Traces of water have been detected within the crystalline structure of mineral samples from the lunar highland upper crust obtained during the Apollo missions.

The lunar highlands are thought to represent the original crust, crystallized from a magma ocean on a mostly molten early moon. Over the last five years, spacecraft observations and new lab measurements of Apollo lunar samples have overturned the long-held belief that the moon is bone-dry. The new findings indicate that the early moon was wet and that water there was not substantially lost during the moon’s formation.
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