There may be an alien ship in our solar system launching its own probes to Earth to study the planet. In all likelihood, representatives of alien life are doing the same thing that NASA does when studying other planets.
This is stated in the draft research report authored by the Director of the Pentagon Office for the Investigation of Anomalous Phenomena (AARO) Sean Kirkpatrick and the head of the Department of Astronomy at Harvard University, Abraham Loeb.
AARO was created in July 2022 and is responsible for tracking objects in the sky, under water and in space – or objects that have the ability to move from one area to another.
The report, in general, was focused on the physics of unidentified aerial phenomena, that is, UFOs.
“An artificial interstellar object could potentially be a mother ship that emits many small probes during its close flyby to Earth,” the report says.
The researchers noted that this technology for studying other worlds is not too different from the technology used by NASA. Probes, according to the report, can independently detach from the mother ship under the influence of the tidal gravitational force of the Sun or due to maneuvers carried out by the carrier object.
One such spacecraft that launched probes to Earth, according to researchers, could be a space object called ‘Oumuamua. It was discovered on October 19, 2017 using the Pan-STARRS telescopes.
‘Oumuamua was cigar-shaped, flat, and receding from the Sun. Scientists were interested that the object did not have a cometary tail, so they suggested that ‘Oumuamua is an artificial object.
The report also notes an interesting coincidence in ‘Oumuamua. Six months before he made his approach to the Earth, a meter-long interstellar meteor IM2 fell on our planet. Interestingly, this meteor had an identical speed relative to the Sun and a similar cigar shape as ‘Oumuamua.
“If properly designed, these probes could reach the Earth or other planets in the solar system for exploration when the mother ship passes them at a distance less than the distance between the Earth and the Sun – just like ‘Oumuamua did,” the authors of the report say.
The researchers also explain why the “sputtering” of the probes was not noticed by astronomers on Earth. They believe that such mini-probes “do not reflect enough sunlight for existing survey telescopes to detect them.”
Earlier, GLOBAL HAPPENINGS talked about the report of Ukrainian astronomers, who stated that since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation into Ukraine, they began to record a significant number of unidentified flying objects flying much higher than existing drones. Planes have not been flying over Ukraine since February 2022.
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