58 mins2012

Jose Escamilla has insisted that, although the moon appears to us in black and white, it is in fact full of color. Bill Bryson, an amateur astronomer from Richmond, Texas, decided to test Escamilla’s claims, and he managed to arrange his telescope and cameras so that he could film the moon in full color.

In this film Jose presents gold mountains and a golden arch located on the front side of the Moon and a mysterious object ten miles wide and six miles high that was constructed in eight months on the far side of the moon in a crater called Lobachevsky. Celestial brings forth lunar anomalies including glass domes over craters with buildings and structures underneath, six-mile-tall statues, even a tower that resembles the Eiffel tower located on the far side of the moon.