The man who believes 'Oumuamua was created by extraterrestrials has talked about his recent experiences.
A Harvard University professor of astronomy believes that the visiting space rock was actually built by aliens.
The cigar-shaped interstellar visitor has remained a topic of heated debate among scientists for several years.
One of the foremost explanations for the nature and origin of the interstellar visitor has been cast into doubt.
A new study has highlighted the potentially violent origins of this mysterious interstellar visitor.
SETI has been attempting to determine if the first known interstellar visitor is under intelligent alien control.
Harvard astronomers have suggested that the first known interstellar visitor could be an alien probe.
Originally classed as an asteroid, the object known as 'Oumuamua is now believed to be a comet.
Researchers believe that it is very likely that the interstellar asteroid came from a binary star system.
The space rock known as 'Oumuamua is thought to have been tumbling around chaotically for billions of years.
Oumuamua, the first ever confirmed visitor to our solar system, has a thick layer of organic insulation.
An asteroid thought to have come from another solar system is to be checked for signs of alien technology.
An asteroid thought to have come from interstellar space is carrying organic carbon-based molecules.