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Study of a large, elongated rock object "Omuamaa" flying in the solar system with "strange acceleration" could be a strange spacecraft.
In an article published by two Harvard scientists in the Astrophysical Journal Letters Omuumua, he argued that "extraterrestrial civilization can be a well-functioning probe that was deliberately sent near Earth."
Last year, Omu Anua was first discovered near the Sun in the Maui Observatory. That is why Hawaiian native language, Omuamu, means "scouting". Scientists were embarrassed by this discovery.
It was soon claimed that the strange shapes and speeds of poetry were transmitted by extraterrestrial civilizations. No radio wave detection detected. There is a comet, but comets usually have a tail, but Omuamua has no tail.
Harvard astronomer director Abi Loeb and doctoral researcher Schuell Biale once again raised the possibility that the spacecraft or spacecraft would become alien.
The "disagreement" of the Omoomian movement is that "Omuomuja is not a random trajectory, but rather a probe that is heading toward the target," they argued. Roeb explained in an e-mail to the Universe Today that it may be a probe sent deliberately "for the purpose of exploration within the solar system."
It is also possible that a naturally occurring phenomenon can fly the universe. Or it could be a strange spacecraft that used the "artificial" light vessel technology that moves the stars into fossil fuels, he says.
"There are certain details about the trajectory of this object, which can not be explained differently, so I wrote a post that suggests this explanation." The approach I have taken on this subject is purely scientific and based, "said Loeb Boston Globe.
E-mail to Boston Globe was written by Andrew Simion of the SETI Research Center in Berkeley that the article was "very interesting".
"Carefully deducting observational anomalies such as those that appeared in Omuumu is how we do new discoveries in astrophysics, which is what makes a truly awesome discovery, such as discovering a smart creature from Earth."
But SETI's chief astronomer, Seth Sostak, in NBC's e-mail said: "You should not blindly accept this clever hypothesis when there is a mysterious possibility of a comet or asteroid from afar."
Omu Amua is the first alien object in the solar system. Now he gives up and he does not seem to be able to meet.
* Huff Post is translated from a US post.