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    That 'UFO' looks exactly like a piece of rocket debris to me. One end of a fuel tank - perhaps from Proton or Soyuz boosters. That tessellated machined metal pattern is classic rocket-structure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gomar View Post
    Gomar,

    You are making things very difficult for us.

    I don't see what these two stories have to do with each other, and neither would appear to belong in Space Exploration. The first probably belongs in the CT forum and the second in Astronomy. If you want to discuss either of these, please start individual threads in the appropriate forum (unless you explain the connection). If you want to convince the moderators to reopen this thread, Report this post and explain why.
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