By Andrei Dergalin
August 8, 2022
Researchers argue that the search can likely be narrowed down to an area only 10km by 10km.
A group of researchers is calling for an effort to try and recover the remains of what may be the first interstellar object to exist on our planet.
Earlier this year, the US Space Command apparently confirmed the findings of the scientists – Harvard physicist Avi Loeb and his research partner Amir Siraj – who postulated that the meteor CNEOS-2014-01-08 that crashed into the ocean off the coast of Papua New Guinea in 2014 might have arrived from beyond our Solar System.