Outbreaks lit the sky over Chile last week, some even causing fires in the field, but a new report has revealed the origin of these bullet balls is a mystery.
The Chilean National Geological and Mining Service published a report last weekend, the result of an analysis of a visit to seven charred areas where objects were touched in Dalcahue. According to the report, there were no data on meteorite fall in these areas.
Experts initially speculated that the object or objects could be a meteorite or space debris. But locals said they did not see or hear anything related to the fall of the meteorite, and there were no hints of meteors on the site, according to the National Geology and Mining Service.
This is a real UFO – but perhaps the explanation is less alien. Missile components (and much space debris) fell from the sky and left a noticeable impact on the earth. Most of this material is burned or planted in uninhabited areas, but very rarely some find themselves near people.
Scientists have since taken soil samples and are releasing the results of this analysis in the next few weeks.