What are Does MYSTERIOUS Objects In The Sky?

Mysterious objects from space are appearing in our sky with no reason at all. They appear in all shapes and sizes and people are already talking about it most of it is just tales but a certain percent is a lived experience of this sightings. Bizarre sightings, what are they doing?
2014-28E
This object was originally thought to be space junk. That is, until it began maneuvering around space as if it had a mind of its own. 2014-28E was originally launched along with 3 Russian military communications satellites in 2014. Its intricate maneuvers around earth’s orbit suggest it is more than just debris. It is possible that it might be a prototype of a new co-orbital anti-satellite (ASAT) weapon. The United States has demonstrated similar technology with the XSS-11 developed by the Air Force Research Laboratory and NASA’s Demonstration of Autonomous Rendezvous Technology, or DART, spacecraft. Most objects launched into space by governments serve a dual purpose, both civilian and military so it is difficult to tell whether or not this is some kind of space weapon. A few scientists have expressed their belief that 2014 – 28E might not be as creepy as it seems. They insist that it could be a common space satellite that has been designed to perform services for other space satellites, such as refueling, repairing, or moving other objects. All of which serve the very useful purpose of keeping our atmosphere uncluttered from junk and space debris that would enter our atmosphere. Ultimately, the true purpose of Object 2014-28E will remain unknown until more information about the craft becomes available and is analyzed, or until Russia decides to share.
Star Jelly
Star jelly is a gelatinous substance that rains from the skies, leaving goo everywhere. There have been reports of star jelly for centuries and folklore claims it rains down during meteor showers. According to Scientific American, on November 11, 1846, a luminous object estimated at 4 feet in diameter fell at Lowville, New York, leaving behind a heap of bad-smelling luminous jelly that evaporated quickly. In 2009, a jelly rain fell in Scotland. Scientists commissioned by National Geographic carried out tests on, but they have so far failed to find any DNA in it. It may not come from space at all. In The Book of British Amphibians and Reptiles, the author states that star jelly is actually regurgitated frog or toad ovaries, vomited by birds that can’t digest that part of the frog. It also might be some sort of slime mold that starts out looking like gelatin and then turns to dust which then blows away. Possibly the most famous incident of jelly rain happened in 1994 in Oakville, Washington. The globs fell from the sky and a story began to spread that anyone who touched it started to develop flu like symptoms that lasted from a week to 3 months. Most of the other cases of star jelly around the world have occurred around the time of a meteor shower and none of it has been found to be toxic.
The Black Knight Satellite
This object has been orbiting the earth for over 50 years and nobody knows what it is. This story gained popularity in 1954 when naval aviation major and UFO researcher Donald Keyhoe said that the US Air Force had reported that two mysterious satellites were orbiting the earth. 4 years later it was reported the Navy had found a dark object orbiting the earth thought to be a Soviet spy satellite. A telescope picked it up and it was nicknamed the Black Knight. No nations had the technology to launch satellites at that time. According to monitoring agencies around the world, The Black knight has been transmitting radio signals for over 50 years now.
Rumors are that Nikola Tesla may have been the first person to intercept a signal from this satellite in 1899 after building a radio device in Colorado Springs. He claimed to have received extraordinary experimental evidence from life in the cosmos.
UFO hunters claim the satellite is of extraterrestrial origin and is approximately 13,000 years old. This was based on science fiction author Duncan Luna’s article in Spaceflight Magazine in 1973 who speculated that a 13,000-year-old alien object orbiting the moon could be responsible for Long Delayed Echoes found in space. He was not talking about the Black Knight but people all over the internet apply it to the mysterious object. NASA pictures purportedly showing the satellite were released following the 1998 Endeavor Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station. NASA said it was just debris from a rocket launch. Whatever the object is, it has inspired many colorful stories.