Astronomers were left behind by a mysterious object, which is in orbit just 600 kilometers above our planet.
The object, called A10bMLz, was first spotted by the observable ATLAS-HKO last week.
Interestingly, the object is orbiting the Earth in an unusual way. Its orbit is very elliptical and reaches disturbingly close to our planet.
According to the Northolt Branch Observatories, the object has a very high surface to mass ratio, indicating it is very light but several meters long.
They explained: "This suggests that this is what is called the" empty basket object ": A piece of lightweight material (probably metal foil) left from the rocket launch."
However, experts remain helpless about which rocket launch is likely to come from.
Due to its small weight, the A10bMLz is sensitive to solar radiation pressure, which can change its orbit within a few days.
This means that it is impossible to predict its future trajectory, and within a few months it could enter the Earth's atmosphere. "