In the middle of a field somewhere in Australia, he came across a sheep farmer…a monolith planted in the ground. Height is about 2.5 meters. Remnants of a spacecraft? of course not. Earth-origin space debris.
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In New South Wales (Australia), a sheep farmer made an amazing discovery just a few days ago. A type of natural or carved monolith
Sometimes monoliths are normal (as in… “data-image =” data-url = “data-more =” read more “>monolith D type «2001: space flight». Space debris about 2.5 meters high planted in his field. He is not the only person. Two of his neighbors also found similar remains on their property. All after locals reported hearing deafening noises. So, is she the victim of a poorly maneuvered spacecraft?
Absolutely not, experts say. However, engineers from the Australian Space Agency (ASA) went there to analyze the debris in question. All within the framework of a government plan aimed at controlling the return to our region atmosphere subordinate space debris. History to determine the responsibilities of each of them in the matter.
More debris will be discovered from the SpaceX mission
Before them, Brad Tucker, a astrophysicist From the Australian National University I have previously shared my findings. According to him, these were the remains of the SpaceX capsule. This is for many reasons. first because the noise Described by locals is the time the SpaceX Crew-1 Trunk – the unpressurized bottom of the capsule – was reported to have entered our atmosphere. Then because where the wreck was found is almost perfectly aligned with the craft’s re-entry path.
ASA experts confirm this. Everyone expects another wreck SpaceX They can be found in the coming weeks or even months. They invite those they come across to avoid dealing with them and contact the company’s dedicated service instead.Elon Musk. By phone or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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