On July 29, 2018 at 1.08 in the morning, in Rome, Italy, an amateur astronomer decided to take a video of the moon, because the sky was suitable for the occasion.
But to his surprise, that night his camera was going to capture something more than the clear and illuminated surface of the moon.
When you start recording the moon, you do not see anything unusual, but after a few minutes, a dark object becomes present flying in front of the face of the moon.
Later in the video, a large wave of objects passes through the same view. You can count at least 38 objects in total. The objects seem to travel at a relatively fast speed.
Judging by the speed at which the Earth rotates (1,600 kilometers per hour) and the way the moon moves across the screen, anomalies travel faster than any commercial aircraft, around 740 to 930 kilometers per hour.
Taking into account the zoom, it seems that the anomaly is flying at high altitude. If they were insects, birds or bats flying much lower near the ground, most likely they are out of focus and do not appear in the video, or if they do, they will be out of focus due to the focal length of the lens. With the clarity of the moon.
Closer to the lens would be largely invisible or drastically out of focus.
This case was reviewed by other researchers and their opinions vary according to the objects.
However, all of them agree that there is no evidence that the video has been altered, manipulated or is a CGI fraud.