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The space object that entered in solar system in the year 2017 was an Alien junk, claims harvard professors.

 The space object that entered in solar system in the year 2017 was an Alien junk, claims harvard professors.

Oumuamua was the first known interstellar object to enter the Solar system discovered on October 19, 2017 by the University of Hawaii's PAN-STARRS1 telescope funded by NASA's Near-Earth Object Observation (NEOO) program.


An interstellar object entering the solar system in 2017 is a sign of alien life, according to a Harvard University professor.

Professor Avi Loeb in his forthcoming book, Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth, states that a space object called 1I / 2017 U1 'Oumuamua' by NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) that entered the solar system Space was really junk. Aliens sent to us.

Business Insider reports that Book-Jacket Blur has the CEO and co-founder of 23andMe Anne Wojcicki, who wrote that Loeb's new book assures you that scientific curiosity is the key to our future success. He further wrote that it is an exciting and civilized matter that humans must have seen signs of intelligent life near the Earth, and we should explore further.

Oumuamua was the first known interstellar object to enter the solar system discovered on October 19, 2017 by the University of Hawaii's PAN-STARRS1 telescope funded by NASA's Near-Earth Object Observation (NEOO) program. The program locates and tracks asteroids and comets in Earth's neighborhood.

Omuamua was originally classified as a comet, however, on September 9, 2017, at the Sun's last speed of 196,000 mph (87.3 km), NASA said that no sign of comet activity since the comet did not get. The US Space Agency then classified Oumuamua as an asteroid until new measurements found it was moving slightly faster, an indication that it behaved like a comet.

Explaining the object, NASA stated that its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike objects seen in the solar system and that it may provide new clues in the formation of other solar systems. It further noted that the Interstellar Interpolor appears light red with a rocky, cigar-shaped object. Oumuamua measures up to 400 meters long and high-long, which NASA estimates is probably ten times as long as it is wide. 

The space agency further noted that Oumuua's aspect ratio is higher than any asteroid or comet seen in the solar system to date.

Unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our Stars system. In November 2017, Associate Administrator Thomas Zurbuchen of NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington said that for decades scientists have speculated that such interstellar objects are out, and for the first time they had direct evidence that they existed.

In his upcoming book by publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt which is out on January 26 professor Avi Loeb makes a compelling case for why Oumuamua that wandered into our solar system was not just another asteroid but most likely a disk less than a millimeter thick, New york post reported that with sail-like proportions that would justify for its unusual acceleration as it moved away from the Sun.

The report further notes that Loeb believes the only way to see Aliens civilizations is to look at their trash, such as investigative journalists who see the trash of celebrities.

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