An unidentified metal sphere has plunged from the sky on unsuspecting villagers in northern Brazil, causing an uproar. According to eyewitnesses, the UFO weighs about 50 kilograms and measures roughly one meter in diameter.
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I think its space junk
ahhhh god space ball what the heck is that
I don't think it is a propellant tank - far too small, but you are close.
I believe it is a pressurization tank - used to pressurize a propellant tank.
Its Chuck Norris's Medicine ball! He lost it training when it bounced off his abbs and went into orbit.
Look at the bottom its burnt from a current. Its large scale plasma ball. More than likely its not even radioactive. Its Tesla's Death Ray.
It looks about the exact size/shape of one of shuttle Columbia's tanks, like the one confirmed Columbia tank found here:http://www. space.com/12518-spac e-shuttle-columbia-d ebris-texas.html Same size, color & everything. Could some of the debris from the Columbia explosion have been propelled back into low orbit for awhile and just now come down?
Probably a part of the Chinese satellite they lazered a few years ago. Apparently it created a shitload of space junk and pieces will fall over the next 20-30 years as they fall from orbit.
This makes at least three unidentified pieces of space junk that have fallen in or near remote villages all over the world in the past few months. Since there are millions of square miles of uninhabited land surrounding these villages, I wonder how much more came down where no one saw or have found them?
Tim (unregistered) wrote in #19
David762 must be trolling, nobody with internet access is that retarded ... are they?!For those who are curios its part of one of the latter stages of rockets used to propel satellites into space (fuel tank, or rather, one of the mixer tanks). They usually fall into the ocean.I don't know why people worry about stuff falling from space being dangerously radioactive, very little radioactive material goes into anything we fling up into space. The point is that space is radioactive... and besides I cannot guarantee this, as I need to research it more, but I am pretty sure there is a lot of radioactive material sent by us into space.
Fuel tank. If it's from a spy satellite, no one will say anything about it.
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