Australia’s space agency has finally solved the mystery surrounding the strange metal object that was found on a beach in Western Australia a few weeks ago. When the object was discovered, the police had to warn people to stay away from it while they tried to figure out where it came from.
Now, the space agency has provided an answer. They believe that the object is most likely debris from the third stage of a Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), which is a type of medium-lift launch vehicle used by the Indian Space Research Organization. This means that the metal object probably fell to Earth after being used in a satellite launch.
Mysterious Metal Object on Australian Beach
The Australian and Indian authorities are working together to decide what to do next with the debris, which is currently being kept in storage. They want to ensure that there are no risks or dangers associated with it.
The space agency has also requested the community to inform them if they come across any more debris. This is important for them to monitor the situation and take any necessary precautions if more objects appear.
With the mystery solved, people can now rest assured that the metal object is not something dangerous or alien-related. It’s just a piece of debris from a satellite launch, and the authorities are handling the situation to keep everyone safe.