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Scientists believe that about two tons of pieces are ready to catch. Some of these pieces can grow as a brick and they may be scattered over half a mile of sea level.

Various organization Scientists in America, including NASA, are planning to use remote control submarines in search of the remains of outer space objects – it is believed that there is a meteorite – which was spread on the Pacific Ocean on March 7, The Nautilus research ship of the non-profit group Ocean Exploration Trust (OET) told the media that on Sunday, the scandal has been reported in the digital trends report.


NASA, University of Washington and the Olympic coast included by scientists of the National Marine Sanctuary, will use remote powered submarines for the survey of the Nautilus region and will collect any of the pieces they get. When the outer space object enters the Pacific Ocean, a bright flash reveals the sky and residents of Washington’s ocean shores blow a tremendous bounce.

In the beginning, they thought it was a spaceship, but with the analysis of radar signal, NASA’s cosmic dust sample curator Mark Fries concluded that it was a meteorite about the size of a golf cart. Scientists believe that about two tons of pieces are ready to catch. Some of these pieces can grow as a brick and they may be scattered over half a mile of sea level.

 

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