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From the mysteries of space to the mysterious archaeological and historical mysteries of Earth, there are incredible unsolved mysteries. And scientists, astronomers and archaeologists are unable to answer these things.

5 unsolved mysteries that scientists can’t answer

1. Space Debris: WT1190F

NASA has been tracking a piece of so-called space junk called WT1190F for more than 2 months. The mysterious object was first discovered in February 2013, disappeared for a while, was rediscovered in November 2013, and was discovered again on October 3, 2015. Scientists believe that WT1190F has been orbiting our Earth since 2009. The object has not yet been positively identified.

2. Mysterious caves in Siberia

The unusual caves that appeared in Siberia’s Yamal Peninsula are also a mystery, although the first cave was discovered in 2014 and studied in 2015.

A spokesman for the Yamal branch said: “We can say with certainty that this is not a crater.” Although there are multiple theories trying to explain the mysterious cave, no one knows the truth. Some believe the mysterious holes are the result of “excessive underground pressure” caused by rising temperatures in parts of Siberia. Other scientists believe the cave’s appearance is related to geothermal heat flux processes, while others believe it is related to leaks of methane.

3. Kazakh giant pattern

Giant patterns in Kazakhstan may be the ultimate evidence of a hitherto unnoticed 8,000-year-old civilization. Until now, this steppe giant pattern has remained a mystery to archaeologists. Although some researchers speculate that these mysterious patterns could be seen from the air, much like the Nazca Lines in Peru. Until now, we still didn’t know what these mysterious geological patterns were.

4. Is there alien life on Enceladus?

While researchers believe that Europa has the necessary conditions to support life, Enceladus is one of the most promising places to search for extraterrestrial life. Friendly” habitat, it is the sixth largest moon of Saturn.

The new study was published in the journal Nature in light of the 2014 discovery of a 6-mile-deep ocean on Enceladus, which is thought to contain many chemicals relevant to life.

5. The mysterious structure under the boulder

Researchers have discovered 17 unknown ancient ruins beneath Stonehenge. Stonehenge wasn’t always alone, according to these underground maps. This 5,000-year-old megalithic structure includes temples, tombs, deep wells, and other unexplained features. Stonehenge was always thought to be an isolated structure, and this discovery tells us it is not.

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