The Pentagon confirmed in a draft report released last week that it is possible that aliens are visiting our solar system and releasing smaller probes, much like NASA does in its missions to study other planets.
The authors of the draft report are Sean Kirkpatrick, director of the Pentagon’s Anomaly Resolution Office in all Domains (AARO), and Abraham Loeb, head of the astronomy department at Harvard University.
The report focuses on the physical limitations of unidentified aerial phenomena.
“An artificial interstellar object could potentially be a mother ship releasing many small probes during its close approach to Earth, an operational construct that does not differ much from NASA’s missions,” the report states.
Furthermore, the authors note that these small probes could be separated from the mother ship by the tidal gravitational force of the sun or maneuverability.
AARO is a Pentagon office
AARO is a Pentagon office established in July 2022 and is responsible for tracking objects in the sky, underwater, and in space, as well as objects that may have the ability to move from one domain to another, according to the New York Post.
In 2005, Congress tasked NASA with finding 90% of all objects near Earth that are larger than 140 meters, resulting in the Pan-STARRS telescopes, the report says. “On October 19, 2017, Pan-STARRS discovered an unusual interstellar object later named Oumuamua, or scout in Hawaiian.
The object was cigar-shaped, seemed flat, and was ejected from the sun without showing a comet tail, leading scientists to believe it was artificial. Three years later, another object was discovered,” the report stated.
The report also says that six months before ‘Oumuamua approached Earth, a one-meter interstellar meteor, IM2, crashed into Earth and showed identical speed relative to the sun at large distances and identical shape as ‘Oumuamua.
“With proper design, these tiny probes could reach Earth or other planets in the solar system for exploration, as the mother ship passes within a fraction of the distance between Earth and the sun – just as ‘Oumuamua’ did,” the authors wrote.
“Astronomers would not be able to detect the mini probes because they do not reflect enough sunlight for existing research telescopes to detect them.”
The research comes after a month of studying unidentified flying objects above the United States.
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