Weird metallic balls have been found in the Chinese province of Heilongjiang (China) on May 16, 2014. But what are they? UFO or space junk? They are most probably satellite wreckage from a failed Proton-M rocket (component of a multi-stage booster, a pressure sphere or footer). Actually a common debris! Space junk is a growing planet in near-Earth orbit. As reported by the Global Times, a Russian Proton-M rocket carrying an Express AM4R communications satellite broke apart in the atmosphere outside of Kazakhstan on Friday, May 16, 2014. Some parts could have fallen down to Earth. This Russian rocket went up for about 5 minutes and its junk was found about 3000+ miles away. Amazing!
Something similar occurred on March 22, 2011, when the Sherif’s Office in Moffat County, Colorado acquired a mysterious metal sphere, 30 inches in diameter, with Cyrillic markings. More photos about these three chinese metallic balls to find here.