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August 22, 2018, 04:44:19 AM
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There are many versions of what happened at Dyatlov Pass on February 2, 1959. People blame aliens, infra sound. Researchers speculated about avalanche and testing of a experimental rockets that fell in the zone where allegedly the nine hikers from the Ural Polytechnic Institute turn out to be. And suddenly, the latest version found an indirect confirmation. At least, according to the participants of the expedition, which returned a few days ago from the Dyatlov Pass. There they found a metal object that could be part of the spacecraft.


Similar «waffle» design is used on rocket tanks for durability. Photo: Yuri Kuntsevich

– This is an aluminum structure with an area of ​​more than one square meter,  – said Yuri Kuntsevich, the head of the memory fund of the Dyatlov group.  – We found it about four years ago, but they brought it only now. It was heavy and we did not had the means to drag it down until we brought strong men to the pass. We have already explained that this is the wall from the fuel tank of the rocket. However, we will also conduct an analysis of the metal in order to understand what exactly this fragment is.


This fragment was found four years ago, but was only now taken down from the pass. Photo: Yuri Kuntsevich

The detail is now in Yekaterinburg in the Dyatlov Foundation. They assume that this could be a fragment from the UR-100, a Soviet two-stage intercontinental ballistic missile. In the meantime, we decided to ask the experts what kind of a fragment it might be.

– Judging by the photo, according to the «waffle» design, it looks like a wall of some capacity from the rocket. This design is specially made for strength. Because if, let's say make a thin-walled cylinder, it will not take external pressure during takeoff, it will start to move. And with such «waffle» design for the surface, it becomes a rigid carrier,  – explained Sergei Buldashev, chief designer of the  «Research Institute of Mechanical Engineering».


Expedition August 2018 to Dyatlov Pass. Photo: Juri Kuntsevich

October 03, 2019, 11:47:15 AM
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There are many versions of what happened at Dyatlov Pass on February 2, 1959. People blame aliens, infra sound. Researchers speculated about avalanche and testing of a experimental rockets that fell in the zone where allegedly the nine hikers from the Ural Polytechnic Institute turn out to be. And suddenly, the latest version found an indirect confirmation. At least, according to the participants of the expedition, which returned a few days ago from the Dyatlov Pass. There they found a metal object that could be part of the spacecraft.
Expedition August 2018 to Dyatlov Pass. Photo: Juri Kuntsevich[/center]


First, I will not judge whether or not this is actually a fragment from an experimental rocket.

I only want to point out that if the Dyatlov group had observed rocket launches, it is important that they were intelligent people who could understand what they saw - and they would be able to tell it to others at some future point in time.

That means, the Dyatlov group would automatically be considered a potential threat to state security. If there is a potential threat to state security, however small, it must be dealt with accordingly.

October 04, 2019, 05:18:18 PM
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So they found a part of a rocket. Has it been declared a piece of a rocket that was during the time of the Dyatalov tragedy?

Even if it was a rocket that blew up at the time of the tragedy, how could this rocket have inflicted the injuries on these students? and  the students still able to walk down to the ravine and climb up the tree? That makes no sense.

I understand the USSR at that time in history was very secretive and closed minded. But if this incident was staged by the military, certainly after this time, someone who was part of the cover up would have spoken up even if on their death bed about what they did to the students? The only other answer would be the ones who participated in the coverup were also killed.