In a remote village in Siberia, a large metal fragment fell from the sky and landed near some local villagers. The U-Shaped object appears to be a dome of some form and it is currently under scrupulous inspection by Russian experts.
The object was recovered at night by Russian authorities after being taken by the villagers who originally found it. The object itself doesn’t look foreign in nature, but experts have confirmed that it does not resemble any new or old space technology from any government. Fortunately the object doesn’t appear to have any harmful nature and has been clear as safe.
“The object found is not related to space technology. A final conclusion can be made after a detailed study of the object by experts,” said Roscosmos at the Russian space agency.
From what they can tell, parts of the fragment are made from an ultra-strong titanium, but it is empty and isn’t solid. The thought of a satalyte deployment vesicle came up, however the makings and shape don’t fit any portion of any known launch system.