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The exploration of the large, elongated rocky object "Omuamaa" that flies in the solar system with "strange acceleration" could be an alien spaceship.
In an article published on November 12 by two Harvard scientists in the Astrophysical Journal Letters, Omuumua argued that "alien civilization can be a well-functioning probe that is deliberately dispatched around the country."
Last year, Omu Anu was discovered for the first time near the Sun at the Maui Observatory. That's why Hawaiian mother tongue, Omuamua, means "scouting". The scientists were ashamed of this discovery.
It was soon claimed that special forms and speeds of poetry were sent to alien civilizations. There was no radio wave detection. There is a comet, but comets usually have a tail, but Omuamua has no tail.
Harvard Abi Loeb, the astrological director of the astrological company, and Schuell Biala, PhD researcher, once again put forward the possibility of an alien space or space ship.
"The disagreement" of Omuomi's movements is that "Omuomuia is not a random trajectory, but a probe that goes towards the goal," they argue. Roeb explained in the e-mail to the Universe today that this could be a deliberate probe for "the purpose of research within the Solar System".
It is also possible that a natural phenomenon can fly in the universe. Or it could be an alien universe using the "artificial" sail light technology that moves photon stars into fuel, he says.
"There are some data on the course of this object that can not be explained differently, so I wrote the paper to suggest this explanation. The approach I took on this topic is purely scientific and based," Loeb told Boston Globe.
In Boston Globe e-mail, Andrew Simion of the SETI Research Center in Berkeley said the article was "very interesting."
"Careful conclusion of anomalies of observation, such as those found in Omuumui, is how to make new discoveries in astrophysics. This is what makes truly amazing discoveries, such as the discovery of an intelligent creature from Earth."
But SETI's chief astronomer, Seth Shostak, said in an e-mail to NBC, "You must not blindly accept this clever hypothesis when there is a mysterious possibility for a comet or asteroid remotely."
Omu Amua is the first alien object found in the solar system. Now it's becoming far away and it seems that it can not meet again.
* Huff Post has been translated from an American post.