Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – A team of researchers from Harvard found signs of aliens from the ocean floor. These findings come from the IM1 meteorite that fell into the Pacific Ocean in January 2014.
The findings come from astronomer Avi Loeb with his team called Project Galileo. The team collected 700 spherules or small balls with 57 of them used for analysis.
From the results of the analysis, according to Loeb, the five small balls came from liquid droplets on the IM1 surface. But all the parts pointed to were from elements from outside the solar system that had never been seen before Yahoo NewsThursday (31/8/2023).
They managed to pull all of these objects with a tool called the ‘interstellar scavenger’. The tool is like a sled equipped with a magnet to catch all the meteor objects.
Photo: Avi Loeb/Medium
Small spheres appear in magnetic particles which are examined under a microscope. Particles were taken from the area where the IM1 meteorite was thought to have passed.
The device also only captures parts of meteors that contain high amounts of iron and other compounds. Magnets managed to capture all the objects on the ocean floor.
But Loeb could not confirm whether the object was designed by aliens. “The fundamental question is whether it is possible for interstellar meteors to exhibit compositions that are clearly of artificial origin?” he said.
Previously, in April 2022, the United States (US) Space Command stated that object IM1 had indeed come from outer space. The reason for this is because of its speed across the sky in 2014 before finally crashing into the Pacific Ocean.
Loeb is known for his discovery of an object called Oumuamua. When it was discovered in 2017, the object was referred to as an alien craft.
However, in research, assistant professors of astrochemistry at the University of Berkeley, Jennifer Bergner and Darryl Seligman, called Oumuamua a comet.
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