Another mysterious black ball has fallen from space and crash-landed in a Spanish village, sending residents and UFO hunters in to a panic.
According to the Mirror, the ball which weighs 20 kilos, was found by residents in Villavieja -- around 200 miles away from where the first orb was spotted.
On November 3, two shepherds found a metal ball in Calasparra that experts laters speculated could be space junk.
However, the Mayor of Calasparra Jose Velez is demanding answers from the Spanish government, the Mirror reports.
He said "Where are these objects coming from?"
"Why are they falling here precisely?
"Citizens have real concerns about what is happening and deserve and explanation," he added.
Spain's national law enforcement, the Civil Guard, has been called to watch over the second black ball until investigators arrive.
Both cylindrical objects are most likely to be classified as space junk. A community manager, investigating the first site told El Pais: "The area has all the earmarks of being a container pressure for gases (COPV), possibly a space station. These objects are made of a material as strong survive almost intact reentry into the earth and even catastrophic explosions."