posted on Nov, 9 2017 @ 07:11 PM
One thing that is apparent, is that the object shows the Earth atmospheric jitter that the moon surface shows, so this cannot be something on the
lens. Also, if off any lens surface, it is doubtful that it would be in such focus, unless it was a microscopic bug that was actually crawling across
the camera's CCD. It is also transparent, as seen when it almost gets to the crater and overlays a lighter area, which changes it's brightness as
well. Certainly very interesting!
If CGI, then the entire image would have to be fluidized, simulating the "seeing" distortion, which would be difficult, but not impossible. The most
important aspect that is missing is that it was not followed to the edge of the lunar disk. That would have been interesting, as if it was on the
lunar surface, it would get smaller and smaller neering the edge, and then disappear. Wondering if there is more video here than what was presented.