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A study of a large, elongated rocky object "Omuamaa" flying in the solar system with "strange acceleration" could be the alien spacecraft.
In an article published Nov. 12 by two Harvard scientists in the Astrophysical Journal Letters, Omuumua argued that "extraterrestrial civilization may be a probe that works well and was intentionally sent to Earth."
Last year, Omu Anua was first discovered near the Sun at the Maui Observatory. That's why the Hawaiian native language, Omuamua, means "scouting." Scientists were embarrassed by this finding.
It was soon argued that the peculiar forms and speeds of poetry sent them from extraterrestrial civilizations. There was no radio wave detection. 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 have again raised the possibility of an alien spacecraft or spacecraft.
"The disagreement" of the Omuomia movements is that "Omuomuya is not a random trajectory, but a probe that goes toward a goal," they argued. Roeb explained in an email to Universe Today that it could be a probe sent intentionally for "exploration purpose within the solar system."
It is also possible that the naturally occurring phenomenon may be flying through the universe. Or it could be an alien spacecraft using "artificial" light candle technology that turns star photons into fuel, he says.
"There is some data on the trajectory of this object that can not be explained otherwise, so I wrote an article to suggest this explanation." The approach I have taken on this subject is purely scientific and grounded, "Loeb told the Boston Globe.
In an e-mail to the Boston Globe, Andrew Simion of the SETI Research Center in Berkeley said the article was "very interesting."
"The careful inference of observational anomalies, such as those found in Omuumua, is how we make new discoveries in astrophysics. This is what makes a truly amazing discovery, like discovering an intelligent creature off the Earth."
But the main SETI astronomer, Seth Shostak, said in an email to NBC: "You should not blindly accept this clever hypothesis when there is a mysterious possibility of a comet or asteroid in the distance."
Omu Amua is the first extraterrestrial object found in the solar system. You're getting distant now and it seems you can not meet again.
* Huff Post is translated from the US post.