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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures:

SCP-XXXX is to be contained within a 4m diameter spherical vacuum chamber at site ███. The containment cell is to be filled with air at twelve (12) hour intervals. In the event of a vent system malfunction, MTF [Need to make one] are to be put on high alert.

Site ███ is to have no fewer than 300 operational barometers, and five (5) radar stations within a ten (10) km radius. In the event of containment breach, SCP-XXXX is to be located with the aid of barometers and radar


SCP-XXXX appears to be cardboard packing box measuring 36cm x 24cm x 12cm and weighing 100 grams that has a completely black interior. Any objects inserted into SCP-XXXX’s interior are deleted (for lack of a better term) below the plane of entry. Matter entering SCP-XXXX does not change its weight.

When SCP-XXXX is exposed to air, it will draw air in through it’s opening. The pressure differential caused by air on the top side of SCP-XXXX having zero pressure has been known to cause SCP-XXXX to fly erratically, most notably during initial containment.

If SCP-XXXX is left in a hard vacuum for more than 25 hours, or otherwise damaged, it will relocate to a random point within a seven (7) km radius. All states of matter except gasses put into SCP-XXXX while under vacuum have no effect on the time to relocation.

Addendum:XXXX-1 Discovery

SCP-XXXX was discovered in rural ██████ after a field agent was informed of a fast-moving pocket of low pressure inconsistent with any known weather phenomena, observed at multiple weather stations. Further investigation led to the discovery that local air traffic control radar also periodically picked up a small object traveling between mach █ and █.

Addendum:XXXX-2 Initial Contact

[Redacted] A containment unit was dispatched to SCP-XXXX’s last known location. Found SCP-XXXX upside down in a field. After attempting to move SCP-XXXX, SCP-XXXX [Data Expunged] killing one containment crew member. SCP-XXXX resumed erratic flight patterns.