Dragon egg or weather balloon: a mysterious ball fell from the sky in Mexico (photo)

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    Dragon egg or weather balloon: a mysterious ball fell from the sky in Mexico (photo)

    The mysterious sphere resembles a very hard plastic or an alloy of various metals, but so far no one knows what it really is.

    Popular Mexican meteorologist Isidro Cano caught the attention of social media after he posted photos on Facebook of a large balloon that fell from the sky onto a tree near the Mexican city of Veracruz, Newsweek writes.

    People who saw the balloon fall said that he made a noise, but did not burn. The unusual object resembles a very hard plastic or an alloy of various metals. While experts do not know exactly what it is, however, they note that it is unlikely to be space debris.

    Kano warned everyone to stay away from the ball's impact site, as it could be radioactive and also contain valuable information. In his opinion, the ball may be a fragment of a Chinese rocket, referring to the Chinese Long March-5 rocket, which hit the headlines last week after experts predicted it would fall on Sunday July 31.

    The debris that , linked to the missile, were indeed discovered this week, but they were found in Southeast Asia, far from Mexico. Later, Kano told his followers that the find was taken from a tree and taken away by a specialized team who will study the ball in detail.

    One of the strange features of the sphere is that, at least judging by the photographs published by Kano , there are no signs of tan marks indicating reentry into the atmosphere.

    Kano's subscribers have suggested their theories. Some wrote that the mysterious sphere resembled a dragon's egg, others emphasized the connection with UFOs. However, the most reasonable guess is that the object is a weather balloon.

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