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Harvard astronomers claim Oumuamua is ALIEN PROBE – ‘Nothing like we’ve ever seen!’

A “weird” cigar-shaped object barrelling through space spotted last year flying near Earth could have been an alien spacecraft sent to “probe” the planet, Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb said.

Harvard astronomers have claimed the unidentified flying object detected last year in space, nicknamed , could be an alien probe sent to examine Earth. Prof. Avi Loeb, chief of the Department of Astronomy at the US institution, admitted Oumuamua is “nothing like we’ve seen before”. Speaking to the Today programme on Friday, Prof. Loeb said: “It’s the very first interstellar object that we discovered in the solar system passing near the Earth.”

 

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