A stunning picture of the first guilty outside our solar system
Scientists are about to solve the mystery
Astronomers recently unearthed amazing images of the first comet from another solar system, other than our own solar system.
The images, which included the colors of the rainbow, show stunning details that have helped astronomers to identify the next interstellar visitor and identify him as a comet rather than any other space object.
These images of the comet in the colors of the rainbow helped researchers to confirm what the space object was and the mysterious nature of the rock, something we had never seen before.
The picture shows the clear tail that follows the comet and follows it, which identified him as a comet, according to the British newspaper “The Independent”.
The tail in comets is the result of rushes and gas emissions, caused by substances that come out of the back of the body and propel them through the universe.
This is the first time any other space visitor to our solar system has shown such behavior.
The only known of a non-solar visitor was the space object called Umuamwa, which had no tail, a fact that still baffles astronomers.
The researchers said that the image would have been lost, had it not been for astronomers to take another picture soon after the identification of the object or the mysterious space object, coming to our solar system.
“This image is made possible by the Jiminay observatory’s ability to quickly detect and detect such objects very quickly, which provides little chance of being captured,” said Andrew Stevens of the Gemini Observatory, which coordinated the observation of the strange comet. “We really had to act quickly after we got the final details at three in the morning.”
The mysterious comet was named “ C / 2019 Q4 ” (Borisov), after the Russian astronomer Bhawi who first observed its extraordinary orbit.
The image was taken as soon as the comet was observed on the night of September 9 and 10, by the Monaco Observatory in Hawaii.
To take the picture, researchers had to record the observations with two different color beams or filters, and then merge them together into a single color image.
For now, researchers are finding it harder to see more comets, because they are close to the sun and then harder to see, but are expected to move to a better location in the coming months as they continue their mysterious journey around our solar system.
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A newly discovered comet springs into the orbit of Mars, astronomers will seek to ascertain whether it came from outside the solar system, a possibility that is likely to make it the second object of stellar space ever detected in the solar system.
Astronomer Gennady Borisov of the Crimea spotted the comet following a very bending path, moving in the direction of the sun at a very high speed, a sign that its origin is outside the solar system.
“Our team here at the University of Hawaii strived to record observations to make measurements of the site,” said Karen Mitch, an astronomer at the University of Hawaii, whose team concluded that the size of the body and its gas tail were classified as guilty.
“Every time a new comet is discovered, everybody starts trying to get data to identify the orbit,” she told Reuters, adding that all of her team were “100 percent convinced that this is true and honest from outside the solar system.”
The comet, a mixture of ice and dust, is expected to reach its closest point from the sun on December 8, 300 million kilometers from Earth on a path believed to be limited to objects from astral space.
Once it is confirmed that the comet, which scientists called the “ C 2019 Q4 ”, came from outside the solar system, it will become the second such object detected by scientists at all.
The first comet in the form of a cigar, dubbed “umwama”, wandered into the solar system in 2017, prompting speculation at first that it could be a vehicle carrying alien organisms, as scientists quickly reached a consensus that the prognosis is not true.
Unlike Umwama, who visited the solar system for just one week, the newly discovered comet will remain near Mars’s orbit for about a year, giving scientists enough time to determine its chemical properties and seek more evidence of its origin.
“The high speed not only indicates that the body probably originated outside our solar system, but it is also an indication that it will leave and return to stellar space,” said NASA astronomer David Farnukia.