This discovery was out of this world.
In rural Michigan, a woman was stunned Saturday when a Samsung satellite fell from the sky and landed in her garden.
Nancy Welke of Merrill heard a crash around 8:45. and found the space crew, still buzzing and flashing, located on the sheets of his property, reported the Gratiot County Herald.
“Incredible”, posted Welke on Facebook. “Look at what has just fallen from the sky and the 911 is perplexed and trapped in our tree.”
The four-legged object was equipped with a box wrapped in aluminum foil, solar panels and several “Samsung” plates.
Inside the box, which bore the words “SpaceSelfie”, there were two large cameras and a Samsung mobile phone, said Welke.
“You never know what will happen,” said Welke in a video documenting the discovery. “Thank God, there were no horses outside.”
The craft, which landed with a parachute, turned out to be a balloon or pseudo-satellite at high altitude.
A Samsung representative said in a statement to ABC News that his “Samsung Europe SpaceSelfie balloon” was due to return to Earth when “weather conditions resulted in a soft landing in a selected rural area”.
“There were no injuries and the ball was found later,” the statement said.
The object was part of the company’s “SpaceSelfie” marketing trick, which allowed people to send their selfies and see them in layers on real-time plans on Earth.
The campaign was launched Thursday at an event in London, with the help of Cara Delvigne’s model, who took the first picture.
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