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The research expedition of the Siberian fund Tunguska Space Phenomenon has found chunks of unknown metal on the fall site of the gigantic meteorite
They are supposed to be fragments of an alien spacecraft, the newspaper Trud writes. Expedition chief Yuri Lavbin, Corresponding Member of the Peter the Great Academy of Sciences and Art (St.Petersburg), notes: "The chunk structure is a complex system of microscopic spirals combined into complicated chains. Manufacture of such structures, invisible to the naked eye, in conditions of the Earth is impossible even at the present level of technology, more so a hundred years ago." Researchers have also found the so-called Deer Stone, often mentioned by witnesses of the fall of the heavenly body. A 50-kilogram fragment of it has been taken to the laboratory in Krasnoyarsk for express analysis. On June 30, 1908 the driver of a train bound for Kansk, about 250 kilometers from Krasnoyarsk, brought it to a halt because he thought a car had exploded. Passengers leaving the severely stopped train saw a huge incandescent rock crashed into the ground by the track. Supposedly, it was a fragment of what is called the Tunkuska meteorite. A version exists that more intelligent beings were observing the meteorite's flight towards the Earth and saved Earthmen from the catastrophe by smashing the comet or changing it course. As a result, the fragments fell in the interfluve between the Kimchu and Khushmo rivers, the Podkamennaya Tunguska tributaries, in the uninhabited taiga forest.
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