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Sergio Sabaleta Apr 12
A year after eating Taco Bell:
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Dilini Kekulawala Apr 11
, the first interstellar asteroid, was discovered in Oct. 2017. It's the first direct evidence of an object from another star system passing through. Its peculiar cigar shape + orbital characteristics makes some wonder whether it's an interstellar spacecraft.
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Sputnik Apr 11
Anybody there? Astronomers eavesdropping on interstellar visitor
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Sassafras4ucom 1h
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JohnJDDavid 7h
Replying to @NASAJPL @POTUS and 4 others
Dear , its beloved here burning thrusters checking in. Yes, i live on my mission extended by . Next sent will not come from vertical above, but vertical below. & Strike the w dire consequences
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asteroidenbergbauer Apr 19
The Feasibility and Benefits of In Situ Exploration of `Oumuamua-like objects
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Queen📼Jane Apr 18
Ancient Builder Race - Recovering Humanity's Billion-Year Legacy - Part I via
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Simon Farnell Apr 18
Oumuamua - This lonely and unusual object is our first look at an object from another star
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Astronomy Archives Apr 17
Is there alien life on, or maybe even on-board, ? Given what we know about it so far - probably not, but it doesn't hurt to check. :) Astronomers in Western Australia used the Murchison Widefield Array telescope to eavesdrop on the rocky...
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Astronomy Archives Apr 17
With on the fast way out, researchers have suggested a plan for a mission to meet the next guest from another star. The concept is to use a Falcon Heavy rocket to send a spacecraft to...
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oklo.org Apr 17
Charles Choi's article on drawing a bead on the next :
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haiku/sci-ku Apr 17
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TO ensemble Apr 17
Concert Oumuamua was a success! A big thank you all who came :)
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Benjamin Carr Apr 16
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Ken Mason Apr 15
Lost In Space “: Gas Giant Ejected ‘ Into Interstellar
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Ryan Ozawa Apr 14
TUESDAY: Honolulu Science Cafe features Dr. Karen Meech and ʻOumuamua! 6pm at :
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Perth Observatory Apr 13
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Jorge Espín Apr 13
This is to hide the battle between and the "black knights" in our solar system.
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📡Astrophiz🚀 Apr 11
Did you know there was a song dedicated to our Interstellar visitor Oumuamua? (wait for the chorus)
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Devin Spitze Apr 11
Can we seriously supposed that aliens travelling interstellar distances would use relatively slow radio waves to communicate? It seems much more likely that the use of "spooky" and undetectable quantum entanglement is more probable
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