The Australian Special Agency has announced the discovery of the material. The metal casing was found near Jurien Bay on the west coast of Australia, about 220 km from Perth.
Officials mentioned on Monday that the object might be from a space vehicle from another country. We are currently communicating with other countries to obtain additional information.
“As its origin is unknown, the community should avoid disturbing or attempting to move the object. If community members find any other suspicious debris, they should notify authorities. In that case, they should report it to local authorities and notify the Australian Space Agency,” the agency warned.”
According to the Australian vehicle ABC News, the UFO had already been seen floating in the water on Sunday by a couple visiting the beach. He would have been brought to the sand by residents. Local citizen Garth Griffiths described the object as “tearing with marine life” growing on its surface from 2.5 meters wide to up to 3 meters long.
After the release of the statement on Twitter, the public and specialized professionals began to speculate on the origins of the carcass. Australians saw a comet or UFO in the sky on Friday (14). Now, people on social media are connecting the two events.
Some of the theories proposed by the public for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in 2014 include the plane’s wreckage, futuristic spacecraft similar to the movie “Planet of the Apes”, military training equipment from foreign countries, rockets from China and India, weapons from North Korea, and even debris from the submersible Titan that imploded while en route to the Titanic sank in June.
The Australian Space Agency released its first update on the case, stating that the object is likely a rocket engine casing. However, its type and origin are still under investigation.
Western Australian Police are coordinating efforts to remove the UFO and store it, the agency said. This is not the first appearance on the country’s beaches to intrigue Australians this month.
In the first week of July, a skeleton was found on the sands of Long Beach in Keppel Sands, Queensland, which divided public opinion due to the state of its lower limbs. While some speculate online that it is human remains, others believe it to be a marine animal such as a seal. There are even those who bet on a mermaid. The case remains under investigation.