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Neil Armstrong famously said, “That’s one small step for man. One giant leap for mankind.” Or at least that’s how the media reported his words.
This is the first time that a meteorite impact on the moon has been captured during a lunar eclipse.
The journal Nature reports that these fast radio bursts (FRBs) have only been recorded once, giving ammo to believers of alien life.
It's is a particularly active comet – called a hyperactive comet – and tends to be brighter than other comets of a similar size. This makes it a good candidate for viewing.
The photo was captured on October 29, when spacecraft Juno was around 4,400 miles away from the planet.
This interstellar object known as Oumuamua was first spotted about a year ago by the Haleakala Observatory in Hawaii.
It's exceptionally fitting that in 2018 a celestial body would be named after a meme.