Why This Asteroid Is a Spaceship, According to a Harvard Astronomer

The object zipped into our solar system and passed the sun at an

incredible 16 miles per second. It was shiny, reddish in hue, oblong,

between 300 and 3,000 feet long, and between those dimensions. It was

already leaving our system when Canadian astronomer Robert Weryk

discovered the object during a telescope scan in October 2017.

This mysterious item, which they called "'Oumuamua," perplexed

astronomers. Hawaiian for "scout" is that. Nobody was certain of what

'Omuamua is or isn't.

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