At some point the scientific community decided to slightly change the name of meteorites as they enter the Earth’s atmosphere, and when this happens, the space rocks that visit us receive the name “meteorite.” On January 8, 2014, a meteorite entered the Earth at a speed of 216 thousand km / h and became visible in the sky of Papua New Guinea. Some experts then made an assessment that this meteorite was not … home to our solar system but entered it from another region of our galaxy.
with Publishing In the Astrophysical Journal, famous professor of astronomy Avi Loeb, who was chair of the Department of Astronomy at Harvard University, and his colleague Amir Siraj confirmed the assessment that the meteorite named 2014 A comes from another star system, making it the first. , known to us, is a visitor to Earth from another part of the galaxy. If the study turns out to be correct, this means that the asteroid “Oumuamua” that was discovered in 2017 as it moved through our solar system loses the precedence of the first interstellar visitor to our solar system. The asteroid, whose name means “a messenger from afar who arrived first” in the Hawaiian language, is shrouded in an air of mystery due to its unusually flat shape of asteroids, and various theories have been developed about it, including theories that he wants to abandon the alien spaceship.