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The ‘Alien Megastructure’ star is acting weird again
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Early last year a far-off star captured the imagination of the scientific community thanks to its incredibly bizarre behavior. The star, which is officially named KIC 8462852 but is better known as “Tabby’s Star,” frequently goes dim at unpredictabl ...[Read more]
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1st Known Interstellar Visitor Gets Weirder: Oumuamua Likely Had 2 Stars
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Our solar system's first known interstellar visitor is likely even more alien than previously imagined, a new study suggests. The mysterious, needle-shaped object 'Oumuamua, which was spotted zooming through Earth's neighborhood last October, probably ori ...[Read more]
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The first alien object to visit our solar system is wrapped in strange organic coat, scientists reveal
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The first ever interstellar visitor to our solar system is wrapped in a layer of organic insulation, scientists have said. Oumuamua has enthralled astronomers and the public since it flew through the solar system in October. ...[Read more]
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Astronomers Abuzz as ‘Alien Mothership’s Messenger’ Approaches Earth
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Scientists are planning to study a mysterious cigar-shaped asteroid, the first confirmed object from outside our home in the cosmos, hurtling through space on its way out of our solar system. ...[Read more]
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Cigar-shaped asteroid is first interstellar visitor to our solar system
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A rocky cigar-shaped asteroid has been confirmed as the first ever interstellar object to enter our solar system – and the space visitor could even provide an insight into the formation of other planetary systems beyond our own. Spotted last month by as ...[Read more]
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Dangerous Asteroid Zips by Earth Just Days After It Was Discovered (VIDEO)
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The space rock, detected by the Panoramic Survey Telescope & Rapid Response System only three days before its remarkable flyby inside the lunar orbit, was Earth's third near-miss incident in just nine days, according to astronomers. "It raises a few eyebr ...[Read more]
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