Major update in hunt for ‘alien spacecraft’ that crashed in Pacific as Harvard boss plans $2m seabed search

AN INTERSTELLAR object that crashed onto it the pacific ocean may have been an “alien spacecraft,” a Harvard professor has claimed.

Astrophysicist Avi Loeb is now planning a $2 million search for the mysterious meteor that hit Earth in 2014.

In 2014, a mysterious object crashed on Earth


In 2014, a mysterious object crashed on EarthCredit: Sunrise/7
Avi Loeb plans a search in the Pacific Ocean


Avi Loeb plans a search in the Pacific OceanCredit: Sunrise/7

The strange space rock crashed in the southwest Pacific Ocean near Australia.

At the time, Prof. Loeb suggested that the object could have been built by extraterrestrials.

And now, nearly a decade later, he’s determined to find answers as to whether we’re alone in the universe.

He said sunrise: “The material from it is, according to the data, tougher than iron, so the question arises whether it is just an unusual stone or perhaps a spaceship from another civilization.

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“I have been able to secure full funding for this expedition to Papua New Guinea and we will be digging the seabed and finding out the composition of the object.”

The Harvard professor, who said he “definitely” believes extraterrestrials exist, added that more research needs to be done.

He said: “We know that most stars formed five billion years before the Sun.

“Well, there was plenty of time for every civilization besides them, and there are tens of billions of them in the Milky Way alone, there was plenty of time for them to send out probes that would reach us.

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“Even if they were propelled by chemical rockets… out of cosmic humility we should assume that we are not the brightest kids in our cosmic neighborhood, and we can learn from them.

“The only way to find out is if we just have to look up and down, even at the sea floor.”

Loeb promised to display all of the finds at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

The astrophysicist has often sparked debate with his controversial theories on various topics such as black holes, space radiation and the early Universe.

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More recently, he has focused on the possibility that life exists beyond Earth, drawing criticism from others in the field.

He has previously claimed that Oumuamua — an interstellar object that flew through the solar system in 2017 — was alien-sent technology. Major update in hunt for ‘alien spacecraft’ that crashed in Pacific as Harvard boss plans $2m seabed search

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