UFOs have been spotted in Michigan and New Jersey recently. A Michigan witness saw "four or five diamond-shaped UFOs." Shortly afterwards, he saw 20 fighter jets chasing them. In New Jersey, a golf ball-sized object that scientists havedetermined was not a meteorite crashed through a roof. Itwas described by scientists from Rutgers University and the American Museum of Natural History as being made of "a stainless steel alloy that doesn't occur in nature."
In the Asbury Park (NJ) Press, Joseph Sapia describes it as a "rock-like item [that] was silver and brown, lumpy but smooth. It was about 2 1/2 inches by 1 1/2 inches, weighing about 13 ounces." He quotes Rutgers University meteor expert Jeremy Delaney as saying, "Basically, it's a piece of stainless steel." He speculates that it is a piece of "space junk" (debris).
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