A Harvard astronomer, along with Pentagon officials, have noticed activity in space that could indicate Alien beings are sending probes to Earth.
It is no secret that unexplained UFO sightings have been more frequent lately, many even claiming life outside of Earth exists. More recently, a Harvard astronomer and Pentagon officials have spotted eye-catching activity and are now suggesting that an alien mothership could potentially be releasing small probes onto Earth while it travels on a close path. Experts are open to the possibility that these alien motherships are monitoring our planet and there are other civilizations aside from Earth.
The All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) was created in 2022 by the National Defense Authorization Act in conjunction with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, DNI, and the United States Department of Defence, DoD, to help synchronize efforts of all DoD agencies in identifying national security threats. Specifically, this organization helps with unidentified anomalous phenomena, UAP, which could be anything that cannot be reasonably identified and could pose a threat to the United States, regardless of being in space, air, land, or sea. In a 2022 report released by the DNI, there has been an uptick in UAP reporting within the past years.
A March 7th draft report released by the director of the Pentagon’s All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office, Sean Kirkpatrick, and chairman of Harvard University’s astronomy department, Abraham (Avi) Loeb, described the recent alien mothership findings as an Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. They predict that the friction of the UAP, along with the surrounding air or water, will generate a bright optical fireball. In more scientific terms, the friction will create an ionization shell and tail, implying that it possesses radio signatures.
The same report suggests that this UAP could be an alien mothership passing near the Earth’s orbit that has sent probes for exploration, dubbed “dandelion seeds.” This alien mothership’s possible tactics of sending probes are “not too dissimilar from NASA missions,” note the authors. This could raise some concerns about the intelligence levels of these UAPs.
According to MSN, Loeb told DailyMail.com that his team at Harvard is currently using a large campus telescope to scan the skies for such probes or other UFOs. They are planning to set up a second telescope in the coming months as part of his Galileo Project. These telescopes could provide more data and insights into the alien mothership.
Loeb went on to say they are just hypothetically raising possibilities considering how NASA is designing things that will land on Mars. He explained how Earth is not unique as there are billions of planets in our Milky Way galaxy so the alien mothership is not unusual to them. Loeb clarifies that he has not seen data that supports any of the hypotheses, and it’s merely a possibility.
While many of these sightings, reportings and UAP are well documented by governmental agencies, currently they are just possibilities about extraterrestrial life and alien motherships. One thing is for sure, however, the government has devoted its efforts and time into identifying these phenomena and assessing if the UAPs are threats to national security and safety. Since they take it seriously, maybe it does lend credence to the fact that there may indeed be other civilizations aside from Earth?