A meteor that entered Earth’s atmosphere in 2014 was from another solar system, the US Space Command has confirmed – meaning it is believed to be the first interstellar object to reach Earth.
The meteor burnt up in the sky above Papua New Guinea, and may have left interstellar debris scattered on the floor of the South Pacific Ocean, scientists believe.
The discovery was first shared in a 2019 study published by Harvard University researchers Dr Amir Siraj and Dr Abraham Loeb, but the US Space Command has now confirmed the finding in a recently-released memo, shared last week on social media.
Lieutenant General John E.
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