Harvard Professor Claims UFO/UAP/Alien Data From Project Galileo Will Be Public By 2023, No Secrets
Dr. Loeb is the first astronomer who has challenged the entire scientific community by presenting his data convincingly to believe that there are interstellar objects on Earth and in the solar system that may have an extraterrestrial origin.
He recently announced that they have just received full funding for the Project Galileo expedition to collect the fragments of the first interstellar meteor (IM1), “CNEOS 2014–01–08”, which landed on the bottom of the Pacific Ocean near Papua New Guinea ( PNG ). Dr. Loeb did not name the backers, but said he received financial support from wealthy donors. (The project appears to be connected to the Laukien Science Foundation, led by billionaire Frank Laukien and William A. Linton of biotechnology company Promega Corporation and the Usona Institute)
Avi Loeb inspiration
So what inspired Dr. Loeb to start the Galileo Project? The answer lies in the scientific data he collected during the three space-related events: CNEOS 2014–01–08, “Oumuamua” and an interstellar comet. The first two objects are completely delineators as Dr. Loeb. He is positive about the extraterrestrial origin of the first two interstellar objects, as the data he received about them is strange in the history of astronomy.
“There are two general possibilities. Either IM1 is of new natural origin, or it is artificial produced by an extraterrestrial technological civilization. Regarding the first possibility, X-ray images of the Vela supernova remnant revealed arc shocks from bullets flying out of the blast site, a finding I tried to explain three decades ago. It is possible that the IM1 was a small bullet stronger than conventional iron meteorites fired from an exploding star.
But it’s also possible that it was a spacecraft a billion-year-old equivalent of our interstellar probes. Imagine a spacecraft like Voyager 1 and 2, Pioneer 10 and 11 or New Horizons, colliding with a habitable exoplanet and burning up in its atmosphere. The exoscientists of this exoplanet would consider the resulting exometeor to be space junk. However, if they are curious enough to examine the composition of its fragments, they will realize that it is of artificial origin.
The object that Dr. Loeb is looking for designated CNEOS 2014-01-08, it was detected in 2014 by a network of satellites used to monitor the skies for potentially dangerous asteroids. Using data published by NASA, Loeb and Amir Siraj then a Harvard University astrophysics student first suggested that the object came from outside our solar system in 2019.
“It moved very fast about 40 kilometers per second when it exploded in the lower atmosphere,” said Dr. Loeb. “And from that we can infer that it was moving too fast to be connected to the sun.”
At first, the scientific article about the meteor presented by Dr. Loeb and Siraj was rejected because their data was incomplete. But in April 2022 a memo published by the US Space Command appeared to confirm that the object came from another star system.
He said testing the object’s composition could determine whether it resembles those found in our solar system. “There is also the possibility that it is made of some alloy that nature does not unite and that would imply that the object is technological,” explained Loeb. “If you ask what my wish is if it is indeed of artificial origin if any component of the object has survived and if it has any buttons I would love to press it.”
Dr. Loeb has been a controversial scientist for his statements and has received much criticism from other astronomers. But he is determined to find more data that he believes might reveal that some objects in our star system are unnatural, possibly artifacts from an extraterrestrial civilization.
Project Galileo UFO Data
The announcement of Project Galileo came shortly after the Pentagon released its 2021 UFO footage. At the time, Dr. Loeb said: “What we see in our sky is not something that politicians or the military were supposed to interpret, because they weren’t trained as scientists, it’s up to the scientific community to find out.”
Dr. Loeb believed that the discovery of equipment from extraterrestrial civilizations would have a profound impact on humanity. Your Galileo Project will seek out such relics close to Earth.
In his recent interview with TOE’s Curt Jaimungal, Dr. Loeb confirmed that Project Galileo had begun testing a suite of instruments that would observe that sky and analyze the data with artificial intelligence algorithms.
He further stated that “we hope that by 2023, we will start collecting data in places where there are reports about these objects [UAP]. This is the third branch of the Galileo projects, we are already doing this research and we should see it as a phishing expedition.”
Harvard Professor Claims Galileo Project UFO/UAPs/Alien Data Will Be Public By 2023, No Secrets
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On November 10, 2021, Dr. Loeb attended the Ignatius Forum at the Washington National Cathedral along with Jeff Bezos, Bill Nelson and Avril Haines, director of national intelligence. He had the opportunity to ask Haines about her thoughts on the nature of UAPs, to which she replied without hesitation that she didn’t know.
The Harvard professor is not satisfied with the government’s work on the phenomenon and urges scientists to get involved in these activities. “Because the sky is not classified it is only the sensors that the government is using that are classified and that is why the data is classified. So Project Galileo will try to establish a data stream open to the public the way science is done. Everyone will be able to access the data and it will be of high quality.”
In January 2021, Dr. Loeb released the book Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth.
In it he doubles his claims of Oumuamua as an artificial extraterrestrial object. In June, he explicitly connected his Oumuamua hypothesis to the government’s growing investigation of unidentified aerial phenomena in a Scientific American opinion column.