The Japanese apparatus “Hayabus-2” delivered soil samples from asteroid Ryugu to the Earth. After the study, experts said that a particle of unknown origin was found in them.
The press service of JAXA published on the social network Twitter images of containers in which the samples are located and left a statement about the find.
Samples were collected on the Ryugu asteroid at various locations. In one of the containers shown in the photo, you can see something that looks like foil in its appearance.
After the materials were published on the social network, in the comments, users began to argue among themselves. The reason is that the shiny material very much resembles an object of clearly not natural origin.
Some of the users suggested that representatives of some extraterrestrial civilization had landed on Ryugu before the Japanese apparatus “Hayabus-2”. Others have put forward the version that the asteroid itself is an alien satellite.
Today, experts are trying to establish exactly where this artifact came from.
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