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JUPITER’S BACKWARD-FLYING ASTEROID FROM ANOTHER STAR SYSTEM

Just months after the discovery of our first known interstellar visitor, it turns out there’s another asteroid from yet another star system residing in our cosmic club in plain view.

Scientists reported that this interstellar resident is an asteroid sharing Jupiter’s orbit but

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