Out-of-This-World Discovery: Harvard Researcher Finds Traces of an Alien Spaceship

Harvard astrophysicist Avi Loeb has claimed to have found remains of “extraterrestrial technology” from the first confirmed interstellar object that landed on Earth in 2014. Loeb has long defended his belief that aliens have visited Earth and has published a book titled “Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth”. The object in question is believed to have crashed into the Pacific Ocean, and Loeb led a two-week expedition to the depth of the ocean where he is believed to have uncovered the remains.

The object was first discovered in 2014 and was named IM1 after the US Space Command and the Department of Defense agreed with Loeb’s findings that there was a 99.999% chance the object was interstellar. Loeb has previously courted controversy by suggesting that the first known interstellar visitor, the cigar-shaped comet Oumuamua, could be an interstellar technology built by aliens.

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