The UFO which is believed to be a piece of space junk has had its trajectory traced to the Indian Ocean is set to collide with Earth on 13th November. It is suggested that the UFO is a part of a rocket from a lunar mission, or even an Apollo craft that has been floating in space for over 40 years.
The fact is, though, researchers actually do not know what it is.
The object, dubbed WTF1190F measures approximately 2 metres long, and is set to land in the Indian Ocean, around 40 miles (65km) off the southern tip of Sri Lanka, at 6:20 UTC on 13 November.
The object rediscovered earlier this month has scientists excited, as they get a rare opportunity to learn more about how objects, man made or not, interact with the Earth’s atmosphere during entry.
It is believed that the object will mostly burn in the atmosphere, and poses no threat, nor is it likely to create any blockbuster movie-worthy tidal waves.