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New comet likely visitor from another solar system

Seattle Times Friday, 13 September 2019
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The solar system may have another foreign guest. NASA and the European Space Agency say a newly discovered comet zooming toward the sun is likely from another star. Astronomers said Thursday it’s traveling 93,000 mph (150,000 kph), so fast it likely originated outside our solar system. It’s 260 million miles […]
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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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