The story began in the mid-60s. A resident of the small village of Moscow, not far from Tallinn, mechanic Virgo Mitt decided to dig in his yard well. Everything was going well. But suddenly came across a spade a metal object.
An unexpected obstacle
Attempts to excavate the find or circumvent it did not bring success — it was a stove that did not end … Virgo then got hold of a jackhammer. For hours he smashed an unexpected obstacle, punching a hole in it.
The top is very hard layer was not thick. Went deeper than the other texture, more structured ("like icicles or clove"). But perseverance and a little effort: a few days in the plate, the thickness of which, according to the Virgo was 1-1.5 inches, gaping hole, it is quite suitable for the size of the well. Fragments had accumulated nearly a bucket. The water was coming fast, and Virgo decided on this epic with a well completed. Splinters flew back into the well. But not all … A couple of pieces of bigger, ten centimeters in diameter, Virgo Mitt left on the memory. One eventually somewhere zapropal, but the other … It was waiting for an unusual fate.
Research "object M"
The fact that the Virgo Mitt once told about an unusual finding his friend, a chemist by profession. So this piece of metal was in Tallinn Polytechnic Institute, and in 1969 he found himself on the table researcher and in the future — deputy director for science at the Institute of Geology of the ESSR Herbert A. Viydinga. And perhaps the story would have ended if a couple of years to the fragment accidentally touched one of the engineers. The blow was like a powerful electrical discharge — the engineer lost consciousness. Herbert Viyding was shocked how many times he took the metal in his hands — nothing like that. Of course, by the fact of such a mysterious young scholar could not pass. And he began his own investigation.
Who just did not "pass" it through this fragment: Institute employees, their friends and relatives, psychics … About three hundred questionnaires remained after these experiments. People react in different ways: one is zapped, others felt fine vibration. One piece of felt like a cold, others were on hand burns. Someone improves heart, someone — on the contrary … By grouping the results Viyding identified eight different types of impact. It was something to think about …
From 1970 to 1982 the pattern of the "object M" (as it was designated in the official reports) passed tests for many research institutes and laboratories in Moscow, Leningrad, Kiev …
Results surprised scientists. In the very small volume of the sample was found to 38 of the periodic table of elements, many of which do not occur naturally together. The sample was non-radioactive, but strongly magnetic. At the conclusion of scientists, it was a composite, reinforced with calcium-iron-silicon fiber material, which is a matrix of metallic glass. Application of this type of alloys as structural materials in aircraft engineering unknown. An alloy of this type should have a high heat resistance, have a high resistance to boiling mixture of acids of any concentration. According to some experts, this kind of material must have been produced by powder metallurgy at extremely high pressures, which at the present level of development of science and technology in the world can not be obtained.
The data on the chemical composition and structure of the composite material and its characteristics lead to the following conclusions:
a) there is no assumption of meteoric origin of the studied material;
b) there is no possibility of making such a material by using terrestrial technologies;
c) most likely that investigated UFO material.
By order of the Vice-President of the USSR Academy of Sciences Academician AA Yanshina in 1984, attempts were made to clarify the location of the object and obtain additional samples. Water pumped from the well walls and explored the magnetometer. At a depth of 6.5 meters, "was marked by a signal indicating the presence of a strong magnetic material." Extract the samples because of the strong inflow of cold water and began this year failed.
And next summer, in 1985 at a depth of 6.5 meters "was discovered a horizontal layer of pyrite." On this basis, it was concluded that the magnetic anomaly creates this layer and "impractical to carry out further work." In this study were discontinued.
Orenburg regional news (Orenburg.) — 17.02.2004. — 007. — C.5