ASTRONOMERS are bewildered by a mysterious piece of space debris orbiting around the earth in an unusual way.
It is believed that the fragments found at a distance of 370 miles from the surface of the Earth, called "empty object for garbage."
It is believed that this is the remainder of the launch of the rocket, but experts can not figure out which ship it happened from.
Empty garbage bag objects — also known as ETBO — often orbit erratically, given their size and shape.
They can stretch a few meters across, but tend to be incredibly light – this object weighs less than a kilogram.
Scientists say that, although they cannot be sure that this object is, most likely it is just a piece of light material, such as metal foil, left over from space flight.
But last week he caused a frenzy in the sky when he was discovered on Friday by the Asteroid telescope (ATLAS) in Haleakala, Hawaii.
The facility was later analyzed by experts from the Northolt Branch observatories in London, who were able to rate it as a likely ETBO.
Astronomers called the object A10bMLz and said that it was “extremely light”, but also had a length of several meters.
In their post on Facebook, the Northolt Branch Observatory explained: “This suggests that this is the so-called“ empty object for the garbage bag. ”
“A piece of light material (possibly metal foil) left after the launch of the rocket.
“It's not clear yet when A10bMLz was launched.”
Currently, we have no idea about the origin of this object.
Astronomers were perplexed, having noticed that the object rotates in the opposite direction than it should.
Scientists have stated that the A10bMLz is moving in a “retrograde” way, and not in a “progressive” way from west to east.
The Northolt Branch Observatory added: “The orbit is very elliptical, with a perigee of just 600 km above the Earth’s surface and an apogee 1.4 times further than the moon.”
This huge orbit – the first of its kind for ETBO – makes it difficult to identify the origin of an object.
Space Junk: What is an “Empty Trash Bag”?
As a result of thousands of space missions, Empty Trash Bag Objects make up many of the 170 million estimated parts of garbage that orbit the Earth.
Thus, empty garbage bag objects, or ETBO, are called because of their unpredictability.
Like a plastic bag blowing in the wind, ETBOs can wildly change orbits.
Often light, but large objects can be exposed to solar radiation and push in different directions.
They tend to rotate relatively close to the Earth.
But A10bMLz is unique in that the ETBO with such a large orbit has never been seen.
At a distance from the Earth, the object is 1.4 times further from the Moon.
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The project Pluto, which makes the software of the planetarium, said: “At present, we have no idea about the origin of this object.
"This is mainly because its previous path is really unclear.
"Like an empty trash bag blowing along the street, it can zigzag in an unpredictable way."
The pressure of solar radiation is enough to drive away a light object in strange directions.
It may even burn in the atmosphere of the Earth in a matter of months, before the tombs can figure out where they came from, they added the observatory of the Northolta branch.
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