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originally posted by: schuyler
There is no mystery. There is no evidence whatsoever that it is a probe. Good Lord, people; it's a rock! You certainly have active imaginations, though.
Our (former) minimoon, known formally as 2020 CD3, was officially identified in February after it had been orbiting our planet for at least a year, astronomers estimate. This happy little surprise revealed what is most likely a small, 3-foot-wide (0.9 meters) space rock. Researchers think that gravitational forces flung the tiny space rock into our orbit, where it hung out for so long.
originally posted by: AlexandrosTheGreat
originally posted by: Tarzan the apeman.
a reply to: gortex
This article says it is 6-11 feet in size. I going with it being a rock.
Meh...not even big enough for an ignorant boy, a vain rose, a tiny volcano, and a sheep to live on!