Referring to the discovery of the mysterious object, which is a rare interstellar comet, astronomer Dr. Michel Dragus says, "We immediately noticed the familiar coma and tail that were not visible around Oumuamua." In 2017, the comet called Oumawa, has entered our solar system. Dr Dragus added: "This is really cool because it means that our new visitor is one of these mythical and never-seen 'real' star comets."
The famous comet 21 / Borisov, named after a scientist who is discovered it will occur within 177,000 miles of Earth, which is considered a "near approach".
Astronomers from Poland have analyzed the comet's orbit and found that it has come from outside our solar system.
Polish researchers first identified the site in September.
Astronomers Piotr Guzik and Michel Dragus from Jagiellonian University discovered the comet using data codes after it was discovered by Gennady Borisov on 30 August.
Dr Guzik said: "This code was written specifically for this purpose and we really hoped to receive this message one day.
"We didn't just know when."
Mr. Guzik continues: "Do what you want, but based on these initial characteristics, this object appears in a comet different from the solar system.
"The comet is still emerging from the morning glare of the sun and growing in brightness.
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Prior to the final designation as 2I / Borisov, the object was named by other names.
The International Astronomical Union wrote in a statement, stating: "At present, the orbit is sufficiently well known and the object is unequivocally interstellar in origin.
It was given its definitive name as a second interstellar object, 2I."
The name Borisov honors its discoverer, Crimean amateur amateur Gennady Borisov.
To determine that the comet is interstellar, scientists track the location of the comet long enough to confirm that it was extremely hyperbolic or beat.
It is a broad arc approaching from one direction and diverting into another, marking it as an object just passing through our solar system.
2I / Borisov has a more hyperbolic path than all other comet scientists have studied To date, writes IAU.
Objects born in our solar system are trapped in elliptical orbits around the sun that look like squat circles.