A top scientist is planning a mission to find what he believes is alien technology at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.

A US Space Command memo confirmed that the object that landed in the Pacific Ocean in 2014 was an asteroid from outside the solar system, but Professor Loeb disagreed with that conclusion. (Artwork: Pixabay)

Professor Avi Loeb, an astrophysicist from Harvard University, believes that an interstellar object that crashed to Earth in 2014 was some form of alien spacecraft.

A report on April 7 by the United States Space Command (USSC) confirmed that the object came from outside the solar system.

In addition, the agency concluded that the fireball that fell in the sky off Manus Island, Papua New Guinea was a meteorite.

However, Professor Loeb does not think so. He claimed that the object could have been created by extraterrestrials.

In an essay in The Debrief, the Harvard astronomer wrote: “Our discovery of an interstellar meteor opens a new direction of research.”

He added: “The fundamental question is whether we can show that any component in an interstellar meteorite has a clear anthropogenic origin? Perhaps it would be even better if some of the alien technology components weren’t destroyed after the collision.”

Professor Loeb has spent decades studying astronomy and has recently focused his interest on the possibility of life beyond Earth.

His daring theories about extraterrestrials frequently drew attention and drew criticism from colleagues in the same field.

A few years ago, Professor Loeb and a student at Harvard identified this object as coming from outside the solar system. The couple wrote a paper about it but did not publish it because they used classified government data in the study.

After the USSC confirmed the results of their study on April 7, Loeb is calling for an investigation to find what remains of the interstellar object.

In his essay, he noted that the remains could be obtained by using “suction scraper” magnets to scan a 10-square-kilometer area of ​​the Pacific Ocean where the object is believed to have fallen. down.

“My dream is to press some buttons on a control device manufactured outside of Earth,” he added.

Avi Loeb is no stranger to controversy. He has previously published many fascinating studies on black holes, space radiation, the early universe and other topics in his field.

Over the past decade, however, he has focused on a more controversial topic: the possibility that aliens have visited our Earth.

Professor Loeb has repeatedly stated that Oumuamua – an interstellar object that flew through the solar system in 2017 – is technology sent by aliens.

Loeb is currently leading Project Galileo, a project that aims to establish a network of advanced telescopes to scan the sky and look for signs of alien life.

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