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Neanderthals, Early Humans May Have Seen Alien Star That Sideswiped Solar System 70,000 Years Ago

The Scholz´s star flew by the Solar System and moved comets and asteroids off of orbits 70,000 years ago. The Neanderthals and early humans who looked up the night sky may have seen it as a faint reddish light.

Space March 24, 2018

Our Solar System Had A Close Shave With Scholz's Star 70000 Years Ago. A Very Close Shave

At a time when the Homo erectus had just gone extinct, a red dwarf called Scholz's Star passed by the outer reaches of the Solar System at a relatively close distance of 0.8 light years away from the Earth.

Space February 19, 2015

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