‘Oumuamua Not an Alien Spacecraft!

Researchers from the reputed Harvard University recently tried to oversell their results. To learn more, check out this video.

Video Transcript

  • Primarily based on research carried out by Univ. of Hawaii, NASA, and Harvard researchers
  •  On Oct. 19, 2017, Univ. of Hawaii researchers made a dramatic discovery
  • This study was funded was NASA’s Near-Earth Object Observations (NEOO) Program
  • The NEOO researchers noticed a mysterious celestial object travelling at a blistering velocity of 87.3 km/s
  • Astronomers initially identified it as an interstellar object
  • It exhibited a peculiar shape, a strange aspect ratio, and accelerated in an unexpected manner
  • The interstellar object ‘Oumuamua also left no characteristic (comet) tail
  • Its brightness varied by a factor of 10 as it spun on its axis every 7.3 hours
  • All of the above corroborated the theory that it was indeed an…
  • …alien aircraft? Nope! This is a perfect example of inaccurate science communication
  • Any interstellar object not behaving like a comet does not automatically make it an alien spaceship!
  • To learn more, check out the links in the description below
  • NASA link: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/jpl/chasing-oumuamua
  • One more relevant link: https://arstechnica.com/science/2018/11/ignore-all-the-stories-about-oumuamua-the-harvard-paper-and-aliens/

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