Harvard University Project Launched To Discover Alien Civilisations

PA/NASA A team from Harvard University has launched an exciting new project that will look for evidence of alien civilisations. Led by Professor Avi Loeb, from Harvard University’s Department of Astronomy, the Galileo Project team will use astronomical survey data and telescope observations to search for evidence of potentially defunct or still-active extra-terrestrial technology civilisations (ETCs). The team will develop new artificial intelligence algorithms to detect potentially artificial interstellar objects, as well as satellites and unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) believed to have been constructed by ETCs. Check out the announcement for yourself below: As per a press release, ‘The goal of the Galileo Project is to bring the search for extra-terrestrial technological signatures from accidental or anecdotal observations and legends to the mainstream of transparent, validated and systematic scientific research.’ Professor Loeb said: In 2017, the world for the first time observed an interstellar object, called ‘Oumuamua, that was briefly visiting our solar system. Based on astronomical observations, ‘Oumuamua turned out to have highly anomalous properties that defy well-understood natural explanations. We can only speculate whether ‘Oumuamua may be explained by never seen before natural explanations, or by stretching our imagination to ‘Oumuamua perhaps being an extra-terrestrial technological…

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Harvard University Project Launched To Discover Alien Civilisations

Updated: July 27, 2021 — 10:26 am