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Harvard Department of Astronomy chair: We were visited by an alien artifact 3 years ago

Harvard Department of Astronomy chair: We were visited by an alien artifact 3 years ago
Only conceivable explanation' for 2017 appearance of mysterious object…

We don’t really know, but Harvard Department of Astronomy Chair Avi Loeb says there’s “only one conceivable explanation”: An object which visited our solar system in 2017 indeed was of extraterrestrial origin.Loeb says Oumuamua’s shape and speed are what give it away as being an extraterrestrial artifact.“‘Oumuamua’s geometry [was] more extreme by at least a few times in aspect ratio — or its width to its height — than the most extreme asteroids or comets that we have ever seen,” Loeb says in his book.It appeared to speed away from our Sun on its own.

In addition, the object was up to “ten times more reflective than typical solar system asteroids or comets,” meaning it could have been constructed of a “highly reflective metal.The cigar-shaped “Oumuamua” was a piece of alien junk, Loeb claims in his upcoming book “Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth.

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