The Pentagon and Harvard University have prepared a joint report on the possible presence of a large extraterrestrial “mothership” in our solar system. The paper was prepared by the director of the Pentagon’s All Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), Sean Kirkpatrick, and the chairman of Harvard’s astronomy department, Abraham Loeb. The AARO aims to detect and track anything unidentified, whether in the atmosphere, space, or underwater.
The report hints that a “mothership” could send smaller probes to Earth. These probes could be separated from the mothership by the gravitational pull of the Sun or by maneuvering capability. As reported by the Daily Star, he mentioned that these tiny probes could reach Earth or other planets in the solar system for exploration, just as the unidentified interstellar object Oumuamua did with proper design.
There are unconfirmed theories
The discovery of Oumuamua in 2017, a long, thin, pencil-shaped unidentified interstellar object that left no trace of a comet, led many scientists to think it might be artificial. Now it was posited that astronomers might not notice the mini probe spray because it doesn’t reflect enough sunlight for existing survey telescopes to notice it, the research report warns.
The possibility that an extraterrestrial mothership is sending probes to Earth is cause for concern and warrants further investigation. The Pentagon’s AARO is working to track down anything unidentified, including any sign of extraterrestrial life, which, to date, has not been confirmed, nor has the theory mentioned above, but is only a line of investigation.
Is there extraterrestrial life?
Several scientists consider that there is a real possibility that there are extraterrestrial beings in the universe since it is estimated that there are billions of planets in the Milky Way and possibly other universes with conditions similar to those of Earth. In addition, evidence of water and organic compounds have been found on planets and moons in our solar system, suggesting that there may be simple life forms in these places.