In Published document Through the United States Space Command, Harvard astronomers Amir Siraj and Abraham Lope claim that the meteorite that crashed into the Pacific Ocean was too high to come from the solar system. Both academics, challenged by its astonishing path, put forward a controversial hypothesis, concluding that it could only be a UFO.
While mapping the path of the meteorite, Amir Siraj discovered that unlike the closed orbit of other meteorites, it is in free orbit. Instead of orbiting the sun like other meteors, it came from outside the solar system. “Presumably it was made by another star, ejected from that star’s planetary system and went to our solar system before colliding with Earth,” says Siraj.
The reason for the delay in publishing this discovery was that their data came from NASA’s CNEOS database, which did not release such accurate information. Confirmation has become official in recent days as both researchers made their discovery in 2019, after years of trying to obtain the necessary additional information.
The first galaxy object Named Oumuamua , Already identified in 2017, then it is the first type. Detected in 2019, but crashed in 2014, CNEOS 2014-01-08 is therefore the first meteorite to come out of our solar system.
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