VIVA Astronomers have a new theory of asteroid from Oumuamua. A mysterious asteroid from outside the solar system has been believed to be a spy vehicle of intelligent life outside the country, which is an alien ship.
In the US, two of the University of Harvard astronomer Ali Loeb and Schmuel Bialy revealed in his article published in this journal Astrophysical Journal Letters November 12 edition.
In a paper, Harvard astronomers explained that the Oumuamua object was probably a driving license for perfect action that was deliberately sent by an alien civilization to the surrounding environment.
Initially, experts did not claim that Oumuamua was associated with foreigners. But when astronomers studied the mathematical analysis of how the interstellar object was moved quickly by 196,000 miles per hour, they found a new perspective.
The page is referred to metroOn Tuesday, November 6, 2018 in his article, the Harvard team believed that the Oumuamua asteroid had the sun's solar radiation pressure.
Harvard astronomers say that Oumuamua is more likely to be called a spacecraft light sail, This type of object flies in space relying on giant strands and is very thin as a shield.
"Given its origins, the possibility of Oumuamua is light sail"floats in the interstellar space of the sophisticated technical equipment," wrote two Harvard astronomers.
Astronomers suspect, foreigners are throwing their cargo and producing garbage that resembles the Oumuamua asteroid.
Type of vehicle light sail Human civilizations are the IKAROS project and the Starshot initiative. This vehicle is Interplanetary and Interstellar freight.
The second theory of astronomers is indeed to be tested, especially since the information about Oumuamua is indeed limited, they need more information.
In addition, the real challenge is not disclosed Oumuamuan side of its position. At present, Oumuamua has left the solar system and is no longer monitored by a telescope.
Thus, Loeb said that researchers can observe Oumuamua shows that life outside the earth is possible.