Oumuamua Nitrogen Iceberg News: Harvard Astrophysicists Say Interstellar Visitor Oumuamua Was Not Nitrogen Iceberg
- In the year 2017, the interstellar object Oumuamua passed near the Earth became a big challenge.
- Scientists of the world are giving new interpretations to this mysterious object one after the other.
- The latest explanation has been given that this cigar-shaped object is not a nitrogen iceberg.
In the year 2017, the interstellar object Oumuamua passed near the Earth has become a big challenge for scientists. Scientists are giving new explanations to this mysterious object one after the other, making the previous theory useless. Now a recent explanation has been given that this cigar-shaped object is not a nitrogen iceberg. Earlier this object was called alien ship, asteroid fragment and then nitrogen iceberg.
Harvard researchers have said that the concept of this object being a nitrogen iceberg is impossible. He also explained why in his research published in the New Astronomy Journal. Earlier in October 2017, astronomers first learned that Oumuamua was passing by our solar system. At that time the speed of the object was 92 thousand km per hour. It came very quickly into our solar system and went very close to the Sun.
Pure nitrogen rare in space
Scientists didn’t know what was driving Oumuamua and what it was made of. On the other hand, in March, scientists Alan Jackson and Steve Desch of Arizona State University in the US claimed that they had found it. He said that it was a nitrogen iceberg that came out of our solar system from a planet like Pluto.
Many people do not agree with this claim of scientists. Harvard University physicist Amir Siraj says that at the time I saw those papers, I knew that there is no such physical system by which it works. He says that Iceberg’s opinion is still not correct. He said that there is not enough nitrogen in space to form Oumuamua. Oumuamua ranged from 1300 to 2600 feet tall. It was from 115 to 548 feet wide. He said that pure nitrogen is rare in space.
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