Scientists try to eliminate the origin of omuamua as alien.

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According to the Guardian, Oumuamua is a reddish interstellar object that was first seen using the Pan-STARRS telescope at Haleakala Observatory, Hawaii in October 2017, as it passed by Earth at 156,428 kilometers per hour.

Its unique shape and unusual level of acceleration have made it an object of speculation among the astronomy community.

Oumuamua, whose name comes from a Hawaiian word meaning 'scout' or 'messenger sent from the distant past to reach out to us', is 400 meters long and roughly 40 meters wide.

Scientists are still debating whether the object has extraterrestrial creations, but current research suggests that it has natural origins.

According to the Independent, Matthew Knight, an associate research scientist at the University of Maryland Department of Astronomy, has considered the possibility that the object was thrown out of a giant gas plant that was orbiting another star.

Sean Raymond, co-author of 'The Natural History of Oumuamua', a paper published to Nature Astronomy, said in his blog that even a cigar shape could have a natural explanation. Oumuamua could be a fragment of a much larger object shredded before it was ousted, a process that elongated it.

The scientists who suggested that the object could be an alien spacecraft also argued that the dearth of similar natural objects in space suggests that Oumuamua should never have been found, and may, therefore, have been intentionally aimed at Earth.


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1. Oumuamua being observed by a telescope
2. Oumuamua travels through space
3. Oumuamua length and width
4. Oumuamua being ejected from a gas planet
5. Oumuamua breaking away from the object of origin

VOICEOVER (in English):

"According to the Guardian, Oumuamua is a reddish interstellar object that was first seen using the Pan-STARRS telescope at Haleakala Observatory, Hawaii in October 2017, as it passed by Earth at 156,428 kilometers per hour."

"Its unique shape and unusual level of acceleration have made it an object of mass speculation among the astronomy community."

"Oumuamua, whose name comes from a Hawaiian word meaning 'scout' or 'messenger sent from the distant past to reach out to us', is 400 meters long and roughly 40 meters wide."

"Scientists are still debating whether or not the object has extraterrestrial creations, but current research suggests that it has natural origins."

"According to the Independent, Matthew Knight, an associate research scientist at the University of Maryland Department of Astronomy, has considered the possibility that the object was thrown out of a giant gas plant that was orbiting another star."

"Sean Raymond, the co-author of 'The Natural History of Oumuamua', a new paper published to Nature Astronomy, said in his blog that even a cigar shape could have a natural explanation. Oumuamua could be a fragment of a much larger object shredded before it was ousted, a process that elongated it."

"The scientists who suggested that the object could be an alien spacecraft also argued that the dearth of similar natural objects in space suggests that Oumuamua should never have been found, and may, therefore, have been intentionally aimed at Earth."

SOURCES: NATURE, PLANETPLANET, SPACE.COM, INDEPENDENT, THE ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL LETTERS, THE GUARDIAN
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41550-019-0816-x
https://planetplanet.net/2019/07/01/oumuamua-was-it-aliens-spoiler-no/
https://www.space.com/interstellar-oumuamua-not-an-alien-spacecraft.html
https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/oumuamua-alien-spaceship-space-rock-scientist-nasa-no-trail-meteor-a8983051.html
http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.3847/2041-8213/aaeda8/met
https://www.theguardian.com/science/shortcuts/2018/nov/07/oumuamua-alien-spaceship-scientists-harvard-professors