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It was spotted by the Pan-STARRS1 telescope in Hawaii on October 19 and travelling at about 95,000 kilometres per hour.
Scientists had originally thought that the asteroid originated from the star Vega, which is 25 light years away, but by analysing the trajectory of the rock, they have determined that Vega would have been no where near its current positing 300,000 years ago when Oumuamua’s journey started.
This has led scientists to believe that it has been wandering the Milky Way aimlessly for hundreds of millions of years.
Dr Karen Meech, from the Institute for Astronomy in Hawaii, said: "Oumuamua may well have been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with the solar system. "This unusually large variation in brightness means that the object is highly elongated.
Scientists believe that interstellar objects enter our solar system about once a year, but they are difficult to spot because they are so faint.
Analysis of the rock suggests that it has a high metal content, but is lacking in water and ice.
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It is too soon to know whether or not the gene-editing has worked in Mr Madeux's case.
Hunter's syndrome is rare. Patients are born without the genetic instructions for an enzyme that breaks down long sugary molecules called mucopolysaccharides.
Instead, they build up in the body and damage the brain and other organs. Severe cases are often fatal. "I actually thought I wouldn't live past my early 20s," said Mr Madeux.
Patients need regular enzyme replacement therapy to break down the mucopolysaccharides.
But Mr Madeux has been given an experimental treatment to rewrite his DNA to give him the instructions for making the enzyme.
The therapy was infused into his bloodstream on Monday at Oakland's UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.
The therapy contains two molecular scissors - called zinc finger nucleases - that cut the DNA at two precise spots.
This creates an opening for a new piece of DNA, containing the desired instructions, to be inserted into the patient's genetic code.
The genetic therapy has been designed so it becomes active only once it gets inside Mr Madeux's liver cells.
Dr Chester Whitley, one of the doctors working on the trial, told the BBC: "If works as well as it does in mice, this has huge ramifications. "I'm very optimistic we have a both safe and efficacious way of providing gene therapy." His long-term hope is to perform gene-editing shortly after birth, because an "untreated baby loses 20 IQ points per year".