It’s been drifting around for so long that it may be impossible to say star it calls home, but just knowing how another solar system might be different is a big deal.
Fortunately, the movement of things in space is extremely predictable, so we’re not going to lose track of Rama anytime soon.
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that wasn’t here, and was ejected from its home star system through an impact event or gravitational slingshot.
The fact that it isn’t presently icy means that, for one reason or another, it spent enough time close to its parent star for all of its ice to boil off.
It could be as simple as, "Come tuck me in" or "You have homework," but making up a few sexy code words you can text throughout the day can be really beneficial to your relationship. Turns out, men really love a good game of footsie to get the night started on the right foot.Presumably, Rama is just one of many interstellar objects to pass through our solar system.We’ve been capable of detecting such objects for only a few decades and this one came remarkably close to us (several dozen Moon orbits, which is “close”).For comparison, once Voyager 1 has shaken the Sun’s gravitational pull, it will be traveling at about 13 km/s through interstellar space.We know that Rama is rocky because it’s not producing a tail.