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Outer space is home to some incredibly weird objects and strange mysteries that we’re uncovering today. Here are the strangest things found in outer space!
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Be Amazed at these strangest things found in outer space! The taste of Raspberries and Rum – Yes, we’re starting as we mean to go on with this list! Scientists have sifted through reams and reams of signals sent back to us from near the centre of our galaxy. Hypervelocity stars – Everyone’s heard of shooting stars. If you’re lucky, you may have even seen one! They streak across the sky on a clear night and are incredibly breathtaking! Art – The Voyager spacecraft was launched in the 1970’s and it continues its journey through space. CFBDSIR_2149-0403 – We often think of planets as acting like the ones we know well in our solar system.
UFO’s – Yes I had to put some in this list! There are some sightings of UFO’s in outer space that are too engaging to just be passed off as space debris. Galactic Cannibalism – Now Cannibalism is a concept that is strange enough when it’s based on earth! It refers to a species eating and consuming one of its own kind. Large Quasar Group – A quasar group is a collection of astronomical structures formed around super massive black holes. They’re thought to be the largest objects in our known Universe. The Eye of Sauron – It Turns out that the dark lord’s symbol isn’t much of a fantasy! There’s a start in the constellation of Piscis Austrinus that looks just like it! The Face on Mars – This incredibly famous picture was taken in 1976 by the Viking 1 spacecraft. As it was picturing what is known as the Cydonian Mesa on Mars, it captured a picture of what looked to be a humanoid face. 55 Cancri – 55 Cancri is a sun that is located 41 lightyears away from our solar system in the constellation of Cancer.