Tag: Oumuamua

Trilobites: An Alien Visitor Turns Out to Be a Comet

Oumuamua, we never knew you. It came from outer space, zooming through the solar system at 50 miles a second last October trailing mystery and dust: a lazily spinning reddish cigar-shaped rock — a cosmic stogie — named in honor of the Hawaiian-based Pan-Starrs telescope which found it. It was an interstellar something, but what, […]

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