An unidentified cylindrical object washed ashore on Green Head beach in West Australia.

Authorities have taken safety measures and cordoned off the area to protect the public.

Speculations suggest a possible connection between the object and the Chandrayaan-3 mission.

The object's dimensions are approximately 2.5 meters wide and between 2.5 and 3 meters long.

Authorities are considering the involvement of the military or the Australian space agency.

Aviation experts propose that the object may be a fuel tank from a space rocket fallen into the Indian Ocean.

The object is not linked to the missing MH370 flight, according to aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas.

MH370, a Malaysia Airlines flight, disappeared nine-and-a-half years ago, leading to an enduring aviation mystery.

The discovery of the object has sparked curiosity and concern among authorities and the public.

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