Jul 27, 2023: A mysterious cylindrical object found on Australian beach - Could it be from outer space? or a part from Chandrayaan-3? or even the remains of the missing MH370 plane? Keep reading as we unfold this mystery!
The Australian authorities are puzzled by the appearance of a mysterious cylindrical object that washed ashore on Green Head beach in West Australia. The object is currently considered potentially hazardous,causing the police to set up a perimeter and bar locals from entering.
According to a BBC report, it is suspected that the object could be a part of the recently launched Indian rocket, Chandrayaan- 3.
The police have issued a statement, assuring the community that they are working closely with State and Federal agencies to investigate and identify the object's origin and nature.
Nothing confirmed as of now
Australian authorities are open to all possibilities regarding the mysterious cylindrical object found on Green Head beach. They are considering that it might even belong to the military or the Australian space agency. According to reports from Australian publications, the object measures 2.5 meters in width and between 2.5 to 3 meters in length. Investigations are underway to determine its origin and potential risks.
The cylindrical object found on Green Head beach could be a fuel tank from a space rocket that might have fallen into the Indian Ocean within the past year, according to Aviation Experts. The Australian space agency is coordinating with neighboring countries' space agencies to explore the possibility of it being linked to a "foreign space launch vehicle."
It is not the missing MH370 plane which disappeared 9 years ago
On March 8, 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, a Boeing 777-200ER, departed from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing, China, with 239 people on board. About an hour into the flight, the aircraft suddenly vanished from radar screens, and all communication was lost.
An extensive multinational search and rescue operation was launched, but no wreckage or definitive signs of the plane were initially found. Despite numerous theories and speculative leads, the exact fate and location of MH370 remained a mystery.
In July 2015, a piece of debris confirmed to be from MH370 was discovered on Reunion Island, France, providing the first concrete evidence of the plane's fate. Over the years, several more pieces of debris have been found along the coastlines of various countries, further confirming the plane's crash in the southern Indian Ocean.
The disappearance of MH370 has led to one of the most significant aviation mysteries in history. Despite ongoing efforts, the main wreckage and crucial black boxes containing the flight data and cockpit voice recordings have not been recovered, leaving many questions unanswered about what exactly happened to the ill-fated flight.
While some have speculated that the object could be related to the missing MH370 plane, aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas, has ruled out this possibility. He explained that the debris does not match any part of a Boeing 777, and considering MH370 disappeared nine-and-a-half years ago, it would display more wear and tear if it were from the aircraft.
The object found on Green Head beach is likely to remain a mystery until further notice.