A metal ring and a cylindrical item were discovered this morning in Maharashtra’s Chandrapur district, just hours after witnesses witnessed some things burning in a long trail of fire in the night sky.
“We received word last night that a 3-meter ring had been discovered in a Sindewahi community. The ring was fiery and appeared to have fallen from the sky.
Today morning, a spherical item was discovered in another village “Ganesh Jagdale, the Tehsildar of Chandrapur,
On Saturday night, residents noticed an iron ring lying in an open plot in Chandrapur, according to district collector Ajay Gulhane. “The metal ring was not there before,” he explained, “therefore it may be argued that it dropped (from the sky) yesterday.”
Mr. Gulhane stated that a team from Mumbai’s disaster management control room would visit Chandrapur to inspect the objects.
According to experts, the debris could be fragments of rocket boosters left over during a satellite launch.
On Saturday, two satellites were launched from New Zealand’s Mahia Peninsula using a Rocket Lab Electron launcher. However, it was unclear whether these boosters came from that rocket.
The debris could come from a Chinese rocket re-entry, according to astronomer Jonathan McDowell. Mr. McDowell tweeted, “The third stage of the Chang Zheng 3B serial number Y77, which was launched in February 2021 – it was expected to re-enter in the next hour or so and the track is a good match.”
The cylindrical item discovered in Maharashtra has a diameter of roughly 1.5 feet.
People shared videos of the things burning up in the atmosphere on social media Friday night. They may be seen in several lists several Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.