When Alien Star Visit, Human and Neanderthals Shared Earth
In 2015, a team of astronomer researchers announced that a red dwarf called Scholz’s star ostensibly grazed the solar system 70,000 years ago, coming closer than 1 light year of the sun as per the study of 3D geometry. Sun nearest astral neighbour these days, Proxima Centauri, lies about 4.2 light years away. After all of these astronomers came to a conclusion by measuring the motion and velocity of Scholz’s Alien star,which zooms through space with a smaller fellow, a brown dwarf or ‘failed star‘ and assumption on past activities in time.
When early humans and Neanderthals shared the Earth a activity occured in space Scholz’s Alien star passed by the solar system. Scholz’s Alien star likely appeared as a reddish faint light to anyone looking up at the time.
Researchers with new study on the 2015 analysis come up with different type of evidence. A research team led by Carlos de la Fuente Marcos, of the Complutense University of Madrid, analysed 339 known solar system bodies with hyperbolic orbits, paths through space that are V-shaped, rather than circular or elliptical.
An artist’s visual explanation of the red dwarf known as Scholz’s alien star, with its brown-dwarf fellow in the foreground, during the pair’s fly by of the solar system 70,000 years ago. The sun would appear as a bright star from the pair.
According to a theory objects on hyperbolic orbits come from interstellar space, just like ‘Oumuamua‘ , the first known solar system visitor born around another star. But they could also be attracted by their natives onto weird track by gravitational interaction with the sun or some of its planets.
Objects on hyperbolic orbits could theoretically have come from interstellar space, just like ‘Oumuamua‘, the first known solar system visitor born around another star. But they could also be natives nudged onto weird tracks by gravitational interactions with the sun or some of its planets. And native of the Oort Cloud — a frigid ring far from the sun that’s home to trillions of comets — could even be unsettled by the Milky Way disk, or aimlessly traveling stars that get too close.
“Using numerical simulations, we have calculated the radiants or positions in the sky from which all these hyperbolic objects seem to come” de la Fuente Marcos said in a statement.
“In principle, one would believe that those positions to be uniformly distributed in the sky, peculiarly if these objects come from the Oort Cloud” he added. Despite that, what we find is very different: a statistically significant accumulation of radiants. The conspicuous over-density appears projected in the direction of the constellation of Gemini, which fits the close encounter with Scholz’s alien star“.
The researchers added that ‘Oumuamua‘ not belong to the Gemini group, so that needle shaped object really seem to have come from another star system. Researchers also flagged 8 other bodies that may be interstellar interlopers, including comet ISON, which broke apart during a highly expected close pass by the Sun in November 2013.