I would have to disagree with the above sentiment. While I applaud the research you've done, which is clearly extensive, the only story I get from this is "Science Thing That Is Dangerous." You see, I don't know about iridium. Most people won't. You containment procedures can be as detailed and specific and accurate as you like, but readers won't care. People come to the site for interesting stories that are presented in a scientific tone with an attention to detail.
On one of my first drafts, I did all this astronomical research so I could create this giant chart showing what would happen if my scip did x, y, or z. And the article flopped. Sure, my math was all correct, but the object was just a thing that is dangerous and there was no story to be had in my article.Research is a huge part of what we do here (I just emailed the city works department about the height of a water tower), but without a story to attach that research to, an article will fail. I think you need to work on a context in which to place your anomaly.
However, even if the article was perfect, I would downvote for the bizarre and fourth wall shattering link to the cell phone. The cell phone "article" is horrid rubbish that Screams Creepypasta. If that was your attempt to add a story, incorporate it into your work as opposed to linking to an extremely unprofessional looking and juvenile "report" on a haunted cell phone.