The Harvard professor believes that the strange asteroid has been an alien technology since 2017

Avi Loeb, a professor at Harvard’s Astronomy Department, believes that the first clue to alien intelligence is not a spacecraft. Instead he thinks we will be the first sign of life in the outside world being a waste of culture. Loeb published a book on January 26 presenting a case for a strange planet that entered our solar system in 2017 as part of alien technology.

The object he is talking about was the first known international object to enter our solar system and travel to our solar system in the direction of Vega. Vega is a star about 25 light-years away, with a cosmic scale nearby. On September 6, 2017, the solar budget entered the orbit of our solar system. By September 9, the object object, known as Ouyamuaa, had come very close to the Sun, and by the end of September, it had moved beyond the orbit of Venus.

It orbits the Earth at about 58,900 miles per hour on October 7 and is rapidly advancing towards the Gasus constellation. The object was about 100 yards long and was cigar-shaped. The big splash created by the Sp project was that it was the first interstellar object project to be discovered in the solar system. The astronomers came to this conclusion after studying the ball of the object. They discovered that it is not bound by the sun’s gravity, indicating that it is passing through our solar system.

Initially thought to be a normal comet, Loeb theorized that it could be discarded from alien cultures. Some observations lead him to the conclusion. The first observation was that the cigar-shaped object was 5 to 10 times longer than the object’s width, and scientists have never seen a naturally occurring space like the body.

It was at least ten times more reflective than the typical stony asteroid or comet but was unusually bright. The observation that forced Lobeb to leave it was believed to be an alien techno was was moved. He said it had more pressure than the sun. He said that, in general, the gravitational pull of the sun will bring a significant motion as it approaches like an object, then the object passes after passing through the sun and slowly. However, Omuamua accelerated from the sun at a slightly but statistically significant rate.

Loeb believes that he was pushed by force in addition to the gravity of the sun alone. Loeb and colleagues looked at the numbers with the shape and size of the numbers object and concluded that it was not a cigar-shaped but probably not a disc with a millimeter-thick scale similar to il ill. If it were a solar cell, which would be part of its acceleration away from the sun. Not all scientists agree with this theory and will probably never know what Omuamua was.