In 2002, the Sci Fi TV channel sponsored an excavation at the site of the famous 1947 Roswell, New Mexico UFO crash and found an artifact. This artifact, a tiny piece of metal, has now been thoroughly analyzed by researcher Chuck Zukowski, using an electron microscope.
The object turned out to be mostly made of aluminum silicate, which can be found in nature, so there is no proof that this object came from the crash. In the Roswell Daily Record, Cid Standifer quotes archeologist Bill Doleman as saying, "We want to announce to the world that this stuff needs further analysis. We want to figure out that they are using the best scientific methods available."
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