Harvard Team Stands By Its Hypothesis Regarding The Alien Existence

Harvard Team Stands By Its Hypothesis Regarding The Alien Existence

There is a news being circulated that the Harvard University’s Astronomy Department Chairman Avi Loeb according to an Israeli newspaper “Haaretz” still supports his contentious hypothesis that the interstellar object identified as Oumuamua is an alien probe and is raising questions regarding other lives in the cosmos excluding the human race. According to Loeb, if ever the humans had to leave the solar system then they could see a lot of traffic in the outer space. Or else we may even end up getting a welcome invitation or finding endless dead civilizations.

The astronomers named the object Oumuamua reflecting its origin from a distant past. According to the team, a hypothetical propulsion device named solar sail is anticipated to help answer or find the odd trajectory. One eye-catching feature was the shift in the object’s brightness from reflected sunrays changed at every spin pointing in the direction that it can be a pancake or cigar-shaped object revolving in the space. This in total is a massively unusual science in terms of natural asteroids. The mysterious object’s radio signal emission is still silent but Loeb hopes that the intelligent probe can originate one soon.

The objects activity and floating nature in the space is still unclear. The Oumuamua is believed to have been created from similar objects and will be discovered using quadrillion probes just like the Milky Way’s exploration. The remark related to the new object plus an extraterrestrial civilization’s impact on humanity has embarked a lot of controversies. The hypothesis regarding alien entities scattered in the Universe should encourage scientists to find pieces of evidence. The space has to be dug out like ground archaeology so as to discover other civilizations outside the Earth. It is just not a hypothesis there is extraterrestrial life or dark matter that is invisible covering up 85% of the universe’s material. According to the University of Chicago astronomer Adina Feinstein and his team, NASA’s Kepler space telescope which currently dead has enormous data and some of which has helped spot this alien world that had been missed. This new exoplanet is found to revolve a tiny red star which is 226 light-years away from the Earth present in the constellation Taurus. This K2-288Bb is bigger than the Earth and possibly assumed to have water and life present on it.

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