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"In 1953 the science editor of the New York Herald Tribune had reported seeing a twelve mile long structure, possibly a bridge, on the edge of the Mare Crisium crater. This structire could have been caused by volcanic activity. British astronomers Drs. H. P. Wilkens and presenter of the world's longest running TV series, The Sky At Night, Sir Patrick Moore both confessed that the so-called bridge in the Mare Crisium crater had just popped up from nowhere." (Source: the 2007 EnigmaTV.com documentary film Secret Space II (part 2, time: 6'50'') by director Chris Everard)
Perhaps this is something that should be included in this article? __meco (talk) 10:01, 2 February 2011 (UTC)