Mystery Object To Fly By Earth Wednesday

The UFO as seen from Skylive-Grove Creek Observatory in Australia

A 30 to 50 foot UFO will ‘wizz’ by Earth on Wednesday.

“It won’t hit our planet, but scientists are stumped by what exactly it is.”

Um… what do you mean they don’t know what it is? Like it is unidentified? Like a unidentified object? Flying by?

Like a Unidentified Flying Object?

Why did this story ever see the light of day if its just some unidentified object flying by that won’t hit the Earth?

NASA says that on Wednesday at 7:47 a.m. EST, it will streak by, missing Earth by about 80,000 miles. In the western United States it may be bright enough to be seen with a good amateur telescope.

The 2029 Aphophis – Asteroid 2004 MN4 pass will be with in 18,000 miles, so Wednesday’s UFO pretty far out there.

Still, it would be nice if they knew what it was.

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3 thoughts on “Mystery Object To Fly By Earth Wednesday

  1. My guess is it’s a giant space turd launched at us from a far away hostile butthole. Shame it wont impact, it would of been great fertalizer. Grrrr!

  2. Because of trajectory, thought to be a rock and not space junk.

    I still vote for alien ship.

    Clip of article below

    Earth has become littered with billions of pieces of space junk, since the former Soviet Union launched Sputnik One 53 years ago. These range in size from minute paint flecks to hefty satellites.

    However, a spokesman from Nasa said: ‘The object’s orbit reaches the orbit of Venus at its closest point to the Sun and nearly out to the orbit of Mars at its furthest point.

    ‘It crosses the Earth’s orbit at a very steep angle and this means it is unlikely to be a rocket stage.’

    The space agency spokesman added that the trajectory would not fit with any recent rocket launch.

    ‘It seems more likely that this is a near-Earth asteroid about 10-15 metres across,’ he concluded.

    The rock has now been labeled 2010 AL30. There are two million such objects streaking around near-Earth space, with one passing near our world about once a week.

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