Wieso wir die letzten Tage so viel Oumuamua-Clickbait vermeiden mussten:

Such language, especially from a source like Harvard scientists, is catnip for online news editors, with the possibility of using phrases like „aliens,“ and „mysterious cigar-shaped object,“ and „Harvard researchers“ in the same headline. […] „Some of us are more conservative, of course,“ [astrophysicist Katie Mack] continued. „And it surely varies by field. But in my area (astrophysics/cosmology), there’s generally no downside to publishing something that’s (a) somehow interesting and (b) not completely ruled out, whether or not it ends up ‚the right answer.'“