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Oct 28, 2015


Mysterious UFO dubbed 'WTF' scheduled to slam into Earth next month

Researchers have discovered some space junk hurtling toward Earth, and they aren't exactly sure what it is.

The appropriately titled WT1190F is expected to hit Earth Nov. 13 -- or "WTF" for short. It's likely a piece of debris left by man from a previous space mission, maybe even one of the Apollo missions. But since scientists don't know technically what it is, that means it's a UFO.

Important reminder: A UFO is any unidentified flying object, not just one of suspected alien or supernatural origins.

"WT1190F" isn't expected to inflict any significant damage to Earth, since much of it will probably burn up in the atmosphere. The remaining portion that does make it to Earth is expected to land in the Indian ocean near Sri Lanka, meaning we may never know exactly what the mysterious debris is.

The discovery is helping scientists track objects as they come toward Earth, which could potentially be more important if a larger projectile should fly into the planet and have a considerably larger impact