A GROUP of 19 "alien" asteroids lurking between Jupiter and Neptune may have come from another star system, according to scientists. 102 Shares. r/woahdude: The best links to click while you're stoned! Post all your favorite gifs having to do with space here that may be cool, interesting, or just plain awesome. Psychedelic, mindfucking, mesmerizing, reality-distorting or trippy games, video, audio & … Interstellar asteroids — asteroids from outside our solar system — may not be as rare as we once thought they were. Orbital resonances can also destabilize one of the orbits. In the asteroid belt beyond 3.5 AU from the Sun, the 3:2, 4:3 and 1:1 resonances with Jupiter are populated by clumps of asteroids (the Hilda family, the few Thule asteroids, and the numerous Trojan asteroids, respectively). That's not the asteroid belt, those are the Trojans, asteroids that share Jupiter's orbit, and the Hilda, asteroids with a 3:2 orbital resonance with Jupiter. Jupiter throws comets and asteroids towards Earth like a ‘sniper’, scientist warns . Share this article via facebook Share this article via twitter. An entire population was discovered between Jupiter and Neptune. Hiding in plain sight: Scientists discover 19 interstellar asteroids between Jupiter and Neptune that may have been orbiting the Sun for more than 4.5 billion years.