1. Interstellar Meteorite Underwater // Shortest Day Ever // Earth's Magnetosphere Collapse  Fraser Cain
  2. Scientists to search ocean for interstellar object that hit Earth in 2014  WION
  3. This meteor hit the Earth! Now, they are hunting for it  HT Tech
  4. An interstellar meteor struck Earth in 2014, and now scientists want to search for it at the bottom of the ocean  Phys.org
  5. Alien hunters want to dredge ocean bed with magnet to find 'wreckage from UFO'  Daily Star
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Back in 2014, an object crashed into the ocean just off the coast of Papua New Guinea. Data collected at the time indicated that the meteorite just might be an interstellar object, and if that's true, then it's only the third such object known (aftBack in 2014, an object crashed into the ocean just off the coast of Papua New Guinea. Data collected at the time indicated that the meteorite just might be an interstellar object, and if that's true, then it's only the third such object known (after

An Interstellar Object May Have Struck Earth. Scientists Plan to Search The Ocean

Launching an interstellar probe sounds exceedingly lofty, ambitious, and tough to do. But there's no need to wait for new technology, say advocates."It isn't about where we are going. It's about the journey out there. And it is a journey now long overdue."

Is it time to launch an interstellar probe mission? | Space