Japanese astronomers have been able to discover the nature of the mysterious space object, which circled over the Japanese city of Kyoto on April 29, 2017, and they are assuming that it is part of the asteroid 2003 near Earth, where Phys.org reports that scientists have discovered that the rotation of the mysterious object is unstable Under the influence of Yarkovsky-O’Keefe-Radzievsky-Paddeck, according to Russia Today’s website.
This is observed in the change of its speed under the influence of sunlight. It may lead to rotational movement and reduce the durability of the asteroid, which resulted in its division into several pieces and the appearance of dust that entered the Earth’s atmosphere. The asteroid 2003 YT1 could generate pieces and fragments that constitute dangerous on the Earth within 10 million years, but the asteroid does not form at the present time. Any harm to the earth. Also, the parts that were burned over Japan were not dangerous, because their sizes did not exceed a few centimeters.
It is reported that on August 30, 1992, astronomers discovered an object orbiting the sun outside Pluto for the first time, and according to the American “space” website, this space object was the first Kuiper Belt object ever discovered, which is an area of the system The solar system consists of frozen bodies and rocks, extending from Neptune.
Pluto was thought to be the most distant planet in our solar system, and no one saw anything going far away because these things were so drab that they could not be discovered using the technology that existed.