Are there intelligent extraterrestrial civilizations capable of building interstellar travel technology? An international research project led by scientists at Harvard University, USA is ready to explore this issue.
Project Galileo, led by a multi-institutional team of scientists led by Avi Loeb, a professor of science in Harvard University’s Department of Astronomy, will seek and investigate evidence that may represent “extraterrestrial technological civilizations” have ceased to exist or are still active.
Project Galileo is ready to find evidence of the existence of extraterrestrials.
According to the statement, the project will analyze data from astronomical surveys and telescope observations, and design new algorithms using artificial intelligence (AI), to identify tourists. interstellar potential, alien-built satellites, and unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).
“Science should not give up on potential explanations of extraterrestrials because social stigmas or cultural preferences are not conducive to the scientific method of empirical inquiry, no,” Loeb said. partial. Now we must dare to look through the new telescope, literally and figuratively.”
Loeb, who is also director of the Institute for Theory and Computation at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, has previously suggested that the odd cosmic object ‘Oumuamua – flew by Earth in 2017 and was Many people identify as a comet or asteroid – an example of alien technology.
‘Oumuamua was only seen for a short time before it continued its journey to distant stars, and its flattened, cigar-like shape and erratic motion baffled many astrophysicists ; Loeb is one of a number of scientists who have suggested that the object could be some kind of space travel device created by extraterrestrials.
Whether Project Galileo will definitively address the question of the existence of intelligent extraterrestrials (and their purported technological prowess) remains to be seen. But actively looking for such physical evidence will greatly improve your chances of finding the first examples of alien technology.