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A study of a large, long-standing "Omuamaa" rocky object that flies in the solar system with "strange acceleration" could be the foreign spacecraft.
In an article published on two November by two Harvard scientists in the Astrophysical Journal Letters, Omuumua argued that "extraordinary civilization could be a good acting auditor who has deliberately sent him near the earth. "
Last year, Omu Anua was first discovered near the Sun at the Maui Observatory. That is why Hawaiian native language, Omuamua, means "scowling". Scientists felt embarrassed by this discovery.
It was argued soon that the shapes and the special speed of the poetry sent them out of extraordinary civilizations. Radio waves were not found. It's a comet, but comedy is usually a tail, but Omuamua does not have a tail.
The director of the Harvard astronomer, Abi Loeb and the doctoral researcher, Schuell Biale, raised the possibility of spacecraft or an alien space ship.
Omuomia's "Disagree" moves is "Omuomuya is not a random destination, but rather a search-winning goal," they argued. Roeb in an e-mail explained to the Universe Today that it could be a scanner being deliberately sent to "an audit purpose in the solar system".
It is also possible that the natural phenomenon may be flying the universe. Or it could be an alien space ship using an artificial light sailing technology that moves star photons into fuel, he says.
"There is some data about the transcript of this object that can not be explained otherwise. So I wrote a paper to suggest this explanation. The approach that I have taken on this topic is scientist and have only base, "said Loeb to Boston Globe.
In an email to the Boston Globe, Andrew Simion from the SETI Research Center in Berkeley said the article was "very interesting."
"The observation anomalies that come out like those found in Omuumua are how we make new discoveries in astrophysics. That makes a really amazing discovery, such as finding an intelligent creature out of & # 39 ; r Earth. "
But SETI's main serial Seth Shostak, in NBC, said: "You should not accept this clever theory when there is a mysterious possibility of a comet or asteroid from a distance."
Omu Amua is the first multiple object found in the solar system. It goes far further and it seems that it can not meet again.
* Huff Post has translated from the US post.