Any one have an idea?
Piece of Columbia.
Columbia was 2003, this was found 2002.
'Nother beautiful theory destroyed by ugly facts.
As it is double skined i though some kind of pressure is involved, may be an under water experiment.
the thing from the trash in the lab used as a frisbee during a spring picnic by a bunch of Chemistry majors from Angelo State University
Some of the links on that site are iffy, may be it is an appolo fuel tank.
Been enough military aircraft busted up in the Colorado's drainage area --- and not all the bits and pieces get picked up. 'Bout the right size for pilot/aircrew oxygen supply, double-walled for cryogenic purposes, 7052 is Ti alloy, so fairly recent (last 30-40 a) --- .
It looks like garbage to me.
Very good Cyrus, now we all know that things had a use (before) they became garbage, or before you bought them, can you ascribe a possible use for the object in the pictures?
For shame. FOR SHAME.
In the X-rays, you can see the fittings and tubing. I like the guess of an O2 canister. Although I never realized that they were spherical. I'm going to ask some of the techs here who have worked on O2 systems to see if this looks familiar.
No idea what it could be, but it looks very nice
I don't suppose that anyone has reported a 'suitcase nuke' missing?
:uhh: :uhh: :uhh:
It is a part of an alien shape craft of course </sarcasm>
For sure i think it is Canadian.
Nope. No beer tap visible.
Too right; and we never use 4-digit numbers for anything.
Could be the prototype for the widget.
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