Debris on Mahaica foreshore could be from a rocket – GCAA initial assessment

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By Leroy Smith

The debris could belong o a rocket. [iNews' Photo]
The debris could belong o a rocket. [iNews’ Photo]
[www.inewsguyana.com] – The object that was discovered on Thursday morning (March 27) by fishermen on the Mahaica, East Coast Demerara foreshore resembles elements of a rocket.

This is according to an investigator attached to the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), who is presently at the location where the object was found.

The investigator stated that the object is “definitely not from an airplane,” because of its ‘make up’.

The investigator said that from the appearance of the object, it has been exposed to the elements for some time now. He added that it is possible that the item could be part of a boaster rocket used by French Guiana, which has an airspace station similar to NASA.

The initial conclusion by the GCAA is that the object does not belong to an airplane. [iNews' Photo]
The initial conclusion by the GCAA is that the object does not belong to an airplane. [iNews’ Photo]
The fishermen are also reporting that there is another part of the very object which was discovered a short distance away from the present location.

iNews will provide more information on the object as it becomes available.

 

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