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Scientists want to build an ‘interstellar interceptor’ to play hide-and-seek with the next ’Oumuamua
Researchers want to build a spacecraft to lurk in far-Earth orbit and chase down interstellar objects as they whizz through the solar system.

Scientists want to build an ‘interstellar interceptor’ to play hide-and-seek with the next ’Oumuamua,Researchers want to build a spacecraft to lurk in far-Earth orbit and chase down interstellar objects as they whizz through the solar system.

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