LEAKED: Giant UFO Fragment Falls from the Sky in Siberia
There was U-shaped object that looked similar to a silvery dome, and this object was found by some villagers in Siberia. At this time, it is under the inspection by Russian professionals. The device was found on Sunday by the locals of Otradnesnky. The unidentified object was then taken from the forest where it had fallen. The locals had to fasten it onto a big trailer and dragged it out through the thick snow. The object weighed around 200 kilograms and measured roughly 2 meters tall. After inspecting the authenticity of the craft, the local inspector submitted it to higher authorities for further inspections.
As of now, the identity of the device has not yet been confirmed. According to experts in a Russian space agency, it is not part of any missiles or rocket. They also believed that the object is not related to any terrestrial space gadgets. There are still ongoing studies about the matter.
According to Yuri Bornyakov, head of the rescue service department of the Kuybyshevsky District, Novosibirsk, the object does not have any hazardous mechanism such as radiation. Head of the Kuybyshevsky Department for Civil Defence and Emergency Situations, Valery Vasiliev, said that the object is made from ultra- heavy-duty titanium. Some rumors stated that it came from the Kazakhstan rocket or satellite takeoff, but since, these rumors have been denied.
As well, a local policeman, Sergei Sulein said that the internal part of the object is empty and harmless. That is why they will keep it until higher authority comes to take it. Now, the object is under the supervision of unspecified authorities. Whatever the thing might be, it inevitably triggers curiosity for many people. Let us just hope that experts will find more detailed information regarding the fallen object and at the same time educate people about what it is.
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