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‘Oumuamua Is Still Reticent In Our Solar System

Remember ‘Oumuamua? The reticent cigar-shaped asteroid discovered by Hawaiian scientists that’s now rumored to be a flying saucer?

As of recent, many have been questioning whether or not ‘Oumuamua is really an asteroid.  The real question is: Where is it now?

Astronomers in the outback region of Western Australia used the Murchison Widefield Array telescope to eavesdrop on the Solar System’s newly-discovered visitor.

According to a new study, no cigar was ever discovered.

‘We found no such signals with the non-terrestrial origins,’ the researcher wrote in a research paper.

The researchers learned about the mysterious, incardinated (Astronomers recently discovered that Oumuamua is of a red colour) space rock last year, when it was spotted by the Pan-STARRS1 telescope in Hawaii on 19 October, 2017.

Scientists named this asteroid ‘Oumuamua—Hawaiian for ‘a messenger from afar, arriving first.’

Moreover, Associate Administrator Thomas Zurburchen for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate at the Agency’s HQ in Washington, D.C., stated at the time that ‘the name highlights Oumuamua’s unique background;’ and it’s ‘the first direct evidence of an object that originated in another star system that has passed through our own solar system.’

‘Oumuamua’s mercurial, yet peculiar cigar-like shape and unusual orbital characteristics prompted some to wonder whether or not it was an interstellar spacecraft—perhaps those used by extraterrestrials—according to a recent study. The researchers decided to examine the data signals that might indicate the presence of intelligent life associated with ‘Oumuamua.

In order to perceive further information, the astronomers turned to the Murchison Widefield Array, a telescope located in Western Australia’s remote Murchison region, distant from the buzz of Human Activity and Radio Interference. They observed data produced by the Murchison Widefield Array during November, December as well as early January, when ‘Oumuamua was still at its peak, between fifty-nine-million and three-hundred- and sixty-six-million miles (which is ninety-five-million and five-hundred- and thirty-nine million in kilometres) from our planet Earth.

In particular, the astronomers checked for radio transmissions coming from the roughly quarter-mile-long (four-hundred-metres) asteroid—which is ‘Oumuamua—between the frequencies of seventy-two and one-hundred- and two megahertz, a range that is similar to the frequencies used in FM Radio Broadcasts.

Back to the researchers:

‘These transmitter powers are well within the capabilities of human technologies, and are therefore plausible for alien civilizations.’

Furthermore, the results added more evidence that, unfortunately, ‘Oumuamua is not a complex alien ship—yet if it is, it’s not talking on those frequencies. Rather, it’s most likely that the fragment of a comet that lost much of its surface water after being bombarded by cosmic rays on its lengthy trek through interstellar space. If advanced civilizations do exist elsewhere in our galaxy, we can speculate that they might develop the capability to launch [a] spacecraft over interstellar distances and that these spacecrafts may use radio waves to communicate.’ Lead researcher of the study Steven Tingay, deputy executive director at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) in Australia, said in a statement.

According to a Queen’s University Belfast scientist, ‘Oumuamua actually had a violent past before coming across our solar system—something unlikely for a normal comet or asteroid.

Say Farewell to Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, Or…

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is perhaps one of the most tremendous and iconic features in our Solar System. Not to mention the fact that the planet itself is the largest in our Solar System. This massive cyclone has been swirling around Jupiter for so long we don’t know exactly when it first began to swirl. Nowadays, it’s so taken for granted—especially for those that aren’t into Astronomy and Cosmology. However, the storm on this great planet is, unfortunately, slowly dying away. And the latest data from the Juno Spacecraft, recovered from Scientists at NASA, suggests that it might actually ‘be gone within our lifetimes’. In a new research conducted and released by Scientists at NASA suggests that it’s actually changing in shape, as well as in colour—as it enters its twilight years.

Jupiter’s latest images have revealed some surprising changes to the Great Red Spot. The storm is in fact now smaller in diameter, than that of the previous set of photographs released. The swirling winds are reaching a higher altitude into the planet’s atmosphere than before; thus stretching the storm taller as it swirls upward. At the same time, its iconic crimson hue is becoming more orange, probable as a result of the highest gasses being exposed to ultra-violet radiation.

However, this doesn’t change the fact that both Jupiter and its Great Red Spot aren’t great. It can still swallow the entire Earth thoroughly. Yet the Great Red Spot is definitely less impressive that it once was when Astronomers first discovered it. And as NASA notes, a century and a half ago it, the Great Red Spot, was so wide that you could fit four (Planet) Earths inside of its footprint (clearly losing a lot of steam, in my case).

‘Its north-south colour asymmetry has decreased, and the dark core has become smaller,’ the researchers wrote. ‘Internal velocities have decreased on its east and west edges, and decreased on the north and south, resulting in decreased relative vorticity and circulation. The GRS’s colour changes from 2014 to 2017 may be explained by changes in stretching vorticity or divergence acting to balance the decrease in relative vorticity.’

The observations of Jupiter stretch as far as the sixteen-sixties—which point to the presence of an entirely diverse storm that may have followed the Great Red Spot. The storm, before the Great Red Spot, is thought to have been the remains of a dying storm that utterly vanished long before modern imaging would have allowed it to be captured on film. And if the Great Red Spot certainly does sputter out within the next few decades, another great cyclone could always form in its wake—far in the future, from which we will see it.

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Russian Cosmonauts Discover An Organism On the ISS’ Hull That’s Absolutely NOT Human

Russian cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) discovered what may be the first case of alien life—or even DNA—of visitors from another dimension. Spacewalkers often take samples and materials when they stroll outside for what the cosmonauts call “Extravehicular Activity”. Upon discovery of samples and materials, the “residue” is then taken down to scientists who then study them to understand the workings on both the ISS and life in space. Anton Shkaplerov, a Russian cosmonaut who has served onboard the space lab, told the Russian media that during examination, one of those materials turned out to be alien (e.g. unhuman). He stated: “Bacteria that had not been there during the launch of the ISS module were found on the swabs,” the Russian cosmonaut continued. “So, they have flown from somewhere in space and settled on the outside hull.”

Shkaplerov made it perfectly clear that “there is no danger,” and that scientists are struggling and doing more work to find out what this organism is. Could this be DNA—or even a failed test—from an Alien? Shkaplerov also stated that similar missions of the ISS had found bacteria that could survive outrageous temperatures that range between minus one-hundred-fifty degrees Celsius and one-hundred-fifty. Another thing Shkaplerov stated about this recent discovery is that the bacteria—or bacterias—can survive in the harsh, yet deep environments of space.

Earlier this year, a team of Russian scientists announced that the “Test” experiments they conducted had a range of different organisms that had in fact been brought up from Earth. According to the team of scientists, the organisms seemed to be surviving by clinging onto the International Space Station’s hull. “Experiments of various years have revealed fragments of Mycobacteria DNA—a marker of heterotrophic bacterial sea plankton in the Barents Sea; the DNA of extremophile bacteria of the genius Delftria; the DNA of bacteria closely related to those found in soil samples from the island of Madagascar; vegetative genomes; the DNA of certain species of Archaea and the DNA of fungus species Erythrobasidium and Cystobasidium,” the Russian Space Agency “Roscosmos” said in a statement obtained by TASS—that was published in May of two-thousand-seventeen.

Of course it isn’t entirely clear where the organisms are currently being stored and what scientists have discovered about them.