This picture taken on January 2, 2016 shows a group of military officers inspecting a metal ball which landed in the northern province of Tuyen Quang. AFP PHOTO
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Vietnam's military is investigating the appearance of three mysterious metal balls -- believed to be debris from space -- which landed in the country's remote north, a senior army official said Friday.Nguyen Khoa Son, a professor from the Vietnamese Space Science and Technology Program, told the VietnamNet news site that the balls might be the result of a failed satellite launch.He said the balls did not appear to be damaged and could have fallen from an altitude of less than 100 kilometers (62 miles).
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