Tech

Space threat! Gujarat village was hit by an object falling from the sky


Three villages in Gujarat fell victim to mysterious objects falling from the sky. Forensic Science Laboratory experts have been asked to initiate an probe to investigate the matter.

In a strange incident, three different villages in Gujarat witnessed mysterious objects falling from the sky. The incident took place in the villages of Bhalej, Khambholaj and Rampura in the Anand district of Gujarat. When these objects hit the ground, the villagers were both horrified and amazed at the origin of these unknown objects. There have been speculations, from asteroid debris to satellite debris, regarding the objects. The district police have registered the case and while they will not be investigating, experts from the Forensic Science Laboratory have been asked to investigate the situation. Also read: Travel tips from the man who has visited every country on Earth – and space.

At about 4:45 pm on May 12, a large metal ball, completely black, crashed in Bhalej. The ball weighs about 5 kg. Similar incidents were reported in both Khambholaj and Rampura villages. Interestingly, all three villages are located 15 km from each other, which raises suspicions that the metal spheres belong to the same object and were broken up during the landing on Earth.

Also read: Are you looking for a smartphone? To check mobile phone finder click here.

Mysterious object falling from the sky

According to a report of Times Now, the objects are suspected to be satellite debris. Ajit Raijaan, Anand Police Superintendent, spoke to Times Now and revealed that no injuries or casualties were reported in the incident. “In Khambholaj, debris fell off a house while in two other places it fell in an open area. According to residents, debris fell from the sky, the police do not know the type of space debris “. Also read: The moon to the asteroids, the rich nations that are creating space and its riches – leave everyone else behind.

Raijaan added that a team from the Forensic Science Laboratory has been asked by the district police to investigate the matter. An official survey will take place when the FSL team arrives at the site. Meanwhile, the police are also conducting an independent investigation into the matter.

Although it is currently unclear whether it is indeed satellite debris, it is safe to say that the object is most likely not part of an asteroid. Since asteroids travel at very high velocities, it will either accumulate a lot of heat and either spontaneously explode in the sky like the Chelyabinsk incident or will create a crater when it hits Earth. The lack of either suggests that it could have been something that fell from a much lower height and at a lower velocity.





Source link

news7h

News7h: Update the world's latest breaking news online of the day, breaking news, politics, society today, international mainstream news .Updated news 24/7: Entertainment, Sports...at the World everyday world. Hot news, images, video clips that are updated quickly and reliably

Related Articles

Back to top button
Immediate Peak