Huge metal object assumed to be part of a missile, rocket or even the wreckage of a top secret spy satellite
A GIGANTIC piece of space debris has crashed to Earth after falling from the sky over Burma.
The massive object is the size of a large car and appears to be the wreckage of a rocket or missile.
It was found in Kachin state, where it plunged into a jade mine and then bounced 50 metres into a mud pit.
A Chinese satellite is believed to have blasted into space aboard a rocket on the same day, although it is not yet known whether this launch is connected to the wreckage.
Residents of a nearby village heard a huge crash when the 4.5m long and 1.2m wide object smashed into the ground.
A piece of metal emblazoned with Chinese writing also sliced through a nearby house, but its residents miraculously escaped injury.