Looking for another comet outside the solar system

            Looking for another comet outside the solar system

A handsome astronomer has discovered a new comet. It is thought to be located outside the solar system. The longest cosmic object discovered in the 28th is the second non-solar object after 'Omumayur'.

In fact, scientists commonly refer to these as 'interstellar objects'. Harvard University announced the discovery at the Minor Planet Center (MPC).

It is known that the cosmic object has a 'hyperbolic' orbit, and that is why it is proof that it is outside our known world. The hyperbolic orbit does not always accept the size of the full circle range.

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Looking for another comet outside the solar system

Although its shape is round, it is not always round. The angular quantity of the center of a perfect circle is zero degrees. For many planets, asteroids and comets have a central distance of about 1 to 0.

The newly discovered object was first introduced in GB 00234, now known as Comet C / 2019 (Borisov) - according to the latest observation, its central angular volume is 3.2.

On August 30, an amateur astronomer first identified it from the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory in Bachchisarai. His name is Gennady Borisov. At that time, its location was about 450 million or 45 million kilometers away from the sun.

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