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"That's no moon! It's a space station!" 

This incredible photograph of the earth's moon may change everything we know about it! Clearly visible is the concave dish required for a composite beam superlaser, capable of destroying an entire planet!

Death Stars have only been known to be construced by the Galactic Empire for the sole purpose of imposing fear on star systems. After the first two Death Stars were destroyed by the Rebel Alliance Grand Admiral Thrawn began researching a cloaking system to disguise large ships as a moon or asteroid. Perhaps, this was the ultimate use for such technology. The photograph was somehow snapped by astronauts at a time the cloaking system was in-active. 

Similar cloaking sytems have been observed elsewhere, such as with the small moon, Mimas, orbiting the planet, Saturn. Mimas' cloaking system does not completely hide the concave superlaser dish, giving away its identity.

How long has the U.S., and possibly, other nations known of this? What really happened during the Apollo moon landings? These are questions, obviously, governments don't want us to know. We thank our ISWWR investigator who supplied this image at great risk.  We hope no Bothans died during it's delivery.

Evidence #: ISWWR0000022

Submission by J. Lamb 

Below: an illustration of a death star and a photograph of the planet, Mimas.

 

 
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