Oumuamua was claimed to be the first interstellar object to enter our solar system. Yet, NORAD has reportedly been tracking these unidentified, high-velocity objects for decades.
Image credit: GAIA.
DSP and NORAD have been collecting data on fastwalkers as far back as 1972. On May 5, 1984, the DSP tracked a fastwalker traveling over 22,000 mph for 9 minutes.
These objects enter our atmosphere from unknown locations in deep space and often they travel at low altitude above the earth's surface but due to the enormous speed it is impossible to see these objects with the naked eye, however the past years amateur drone cameras accidentally managed to capture these fastwalkers. (Check out our label Fastwalker to see videos of fastwalkers captured by drones.)
Researcher estimate approximately 500 NORAD sightings of fastwalkers each year.