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Saru

Mystery object crash reported in Siberia

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Saru

A search is underway to find the crash site of an object that came down in the region on Friday night.

An unidentified glowing object is said to have crashed down from the skies in Russia’s Siberia, causing a powerful explosion. A search for the mysterious item is underway amid speculations of what on Earth it could be.

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greenspider

Similar to Tunguska mystery. Meteorite or otherworld?

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A rather obscure Bassoon

probably just another grain silo......

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ColoradoParanormal

Interested to see what this turns out to be.

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moonshadow60

Could be just another grain silo, though there is one huge man-made junkyard orbiting this planet and whatever doesn't burn up when its orbit decays is going to come down on earth somewhere...someday.

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27vet

Gotta be E.T.

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badeskov

Similar to Tunguska mystery. Meteorite or otherworld?

Not really similar in my honest opinion - the Tunguska event was significantly larger than this. And the chance of an otherworldly origin is probably pretty slim. I am guessing a small meteorite or the like.

Cheers,

Badeskov

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Jacques Terreur

uhhm, part of that failed north korean rocket?

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SolarPlexus

Similar to Tunguska mystery.

Other than the region (Siberia), not really ...

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csspwns

its a ufo.....not the kind of flying scifi disk u think of. i mean unidentified flying object

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