Saturns Moon Looks Like A Flying Saucer For Real

Saturn is famous for having absolutely amazing rings around itself.

But this Moon (called Pan) of Saturn is nestled between the very same rings and I honestly think it looks just like a Flying Saucer and a bit like Ravioli...

Flying Saucer looking Moon of Saturn.
A picture taken by the high-resolution camera on the Cassini orbiter shows Pan’s weird-looking equatorial ridge. (NASA / JPL-Caltech / SSI)

It might be something or it might not be anything but if you look closer at the right image of the Saturn Moon, you'll see what looks like 3 strange white balls either stuck to it or it's nothing.

Saturn Moon, Pan Gif.

This is a Gif of the Saturn Moon, Pan.

Credit NASA.

Actually the common census around the world is that this weird looking Moon looks just like a Ravioli disk but it's the closest thing to looking like a Flying Saucer, to me. Not food, lol.

Space Ravioli lol.

Space Ravioli in a nod to Saturns Moon, Pan.

Credit Jabmyarm Twitter.

GeekWire quote:

Cassini got its closest look ever at Pan on Tuesday, when it came within a little more than 15,000 miles of the 20-mile-wide moon. In the close-ups released on Thursday, the thing looks like a flattened flying saucer, complete with a bulging ridge around the edge.

Saturn's rings has had a lot of blatant UFOs in and around them in the past and there's even been books written on the subject specifically "The Ringmakers of Saturn".

National Geographic (NatGeo) quote:

There’s a tiny “flying saucer” orbiting deep within Saturn’s rings, and a NASA probe has just gotten its most impressive look yet at the strange object.

The saucer is actually a little moon called Pan, and NASA’s Cassini spacecraft captured its distinctive shape on March 7 in a stunningly detailed series of images.

Well, I know that the odds of this looking like a Flying Saucer are very small. If it is then that's great but when, why and what. It's got to have a purpose, it's got to have an origin and it's got to have gone through a weird process if it is natural. Can scientists answer the question "how was it created"?

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On another note:

For some stupid reasons or other, NASA's photos always look like a computer generation image or CGI or even like this one just below in black and white? But why send out a modern-ish probe with a b/w main camera, it makes no sense to me.

The same thing is going on at the Moon with images that are in b/w and without any details or serious information. It looks like a smooth, shades of grey ball without features. I'll show you what I mean:

This photo of the Moon is void of any features.
This image of the far side of the lunar surface, with Earth in the background, was taken by NASA's MoonKAM system onboard the Ebb spacecraft as part of the first image set taken from lunar orbit from March 15-18, 2012.

See, it's totally void of any features and it's annoying to say the least. Okay it's earlier photos that looked like this but still it's not working properly for me.

Here's a photo of a recent one from the Moon that looks a lot better:

Recent photos of the Moon with sharp features.

Credit NASA.

The photos taken of the Alien Spaceship called Oumuama definitely had that smooth look to it.

This is what I'm trying to say that NASA uses the same filter etc or whatever it is for Moon photos - which I think really discredits the photo, unless there's something that I'm missing here?

Oumuama is probably the best evidence that Aliens are interstellar.
Oumuama is the best evidence to show that Aliens could be real.
A picture taken by the high-resolution camera on the Cassini orbiter shows Pan’s weird-looking equatorial ridge. (NASA / JPL-Caltech / SSI)

Sources: NASA. JPL - Caltech. SSI. NewsGeek. UFO Sightings Footage. Canva. Twitter. National Geographic. The Ringmakers of Saturn.

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