Fragments of an alien spaceship? A Harvard physicist says it’s possible.

In recent years, researchers around the world have been actively searching for evidence of alien life. Recently, Harvard University professor Avi Loeb announced the potential discovery of fragments of an alien spacecraft, which sparked widespread interest in the scientific community and the public.

Loeb, a renowned physicist and astronomer, stated that a strange phenomenon called ‘Oumuamua was observed in 2017. It is an object that was first classified as an interstellar asteroid, but its unusual shape and behavior raised questions from scientists. Researchers speculated that ‘Oumuamua could be part of an alien spacecraft.

However, so far there is no concrete evidence to support this theory. Loeb admits that his research is based on hypotheses and assumptions. He suggests sending a mission to ‘Oumuamua for a more detailed study and possible collection of ship fragments.

In his study, Loeb also notes that analysis of ‘Oumuamua’s spectra did not show the presence of common chemical elements, which may indicate its unusual origin. He also points out that the speed and direction of motion of the object is not explained by the gravitational influences of the Sun and planets.

Nevertheless, some scientists remain skeptical of this theory. Dr. Alex Phillips, an astrophysicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has expressed doubts that ‘Oumuamua is indeed part of an alien spacecraft. He points out that the shape of the object can be explained by natural processes such as collisions with other asteroids.

Despite the controversy, Loeb’s study is exciting and opens new horizons in space exploration and the search for life in the universe. The possibility of finding fragments of an alien spacecraft could be a breakthrough in science and give us a unique opportunity to understand what lies beyond our own planet.

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