Astronomers of this strange space are called the Oumaamua name, and although it has long left our solar system, they still try to solve the mysterious asteroid.
For example, this is a fact that it's not a peace for the astronomers: when Oumumaux left our solar system, it grew faster. This is not unusual, since comets often behave like this – at lower or higher speeds, the resulting gases of their attitude are carried forward. However, it was discovered later that Oumuamua is not a comet. So who made it move faster?
In a recently published study, researchers believe it could be Sunlight. Indeed, a group of Harvard University astronomers estimated that it was very likely that this asteroid was wide and thin enough to serve as the sun sailing. As a result, astronomers have a legal doubt that someone has deliberately created.
Although the concept of the Solar Sail is not news, however, scientists have only started to experiment with this concept. Einstein's theory of relevance confirms that the light has a stimulus that can be used by satellites in a special fun, which is similar to the use of the sea by the wind.
Can Oumaamua have a sailing fun? Harvard researchers think this is possible, but it is known that such an asteroid should be very broad and thin (less than a millimeter).
Most likely, our solar system hotels were not so thin, however, it's not clear, because it turns out that it is impossible to determine it in detail.
The study also looks at the possibility that this asteroid is artificially created by aliens. True, scientists are quite suspicious about this idea.