There’s an unidentified piece of space junk hurtling towards Earth right now that’s set to re-enter the atmosphere on 13 November — but what is it?

The junk, affectionately (or, rather, officially) named WT1190F, has left many speculating about when and from where it may have come. Experts all generally agree that it was left in orbit by a past space mission, and Nature reports that it could be decades old, dating way back to the Apollo era.

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