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It came from outer space: Newly discovered comet is likely interstellar visitor

USATODAY.com Thursday, 12 September 2019
A newly discovered comet appears to be from outside our solar system. If confirmed, it would be only the second such object ever detected.
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News video: A Second Interstellar Object May Be Flying Toward Earth

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‘Oumuamua 2.0? An amateur astronomer spotted a comet with a strange orbit, meaning it probably comes from beyond our solar system. And since it's headed towards us, it will be easier to study than the first interstellar object.

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