The “Galileo Project” involves researchers from Harvard, Princeton or Cambridge. It provides for the establishment of a global network of medium-sized telescopes, cameras, cameras and computers to investigate UFOs.
An international team of astronomers led by Harvard University in the United States announced on Monday, July 26, a new attempt to search for evidence of extraterrestrial technologies. The initiative, entitled “Project Galileo,” which will provide for the establishment of a global network of medium – sized telescopes, cameras, cameras and computers to investigate unidentified flying objects (UFOs), has already received 75 to 1.75 million private funding. The project includes researchers from Harvard, Princeton and Caltech Universities in the United States and the University of Cambridge, UK and Stockholm.
Recent research into the existence of our galaxy on many planets, such as Earth, “We can no longer ignore the fact that technological civilizations were before us.”, Professor Avi Lope said at a press conference. “Any invention of extraterrestrial technology can have a huge impact on science, our technology, and our perception of the world as a whole.”, He added in a statement.
It is not politicians or the military that explain what we see in the sky because they are not scientists. The scientific community needs to understand. “
The co-founder of the project is Avi Lope
The announcement comes a month after the Pentagon released its UFO report, which concluded that it could not explain the dozens of aerial events observed by military pilots. “They are not politicians or military, they are not scientists who explain what we see in the sky. The scientific community needs to understand. ”, The esteemed Professor Lope hopes to increase funding for his project tenfold.
In addition to UFOs, the Galileo program aims to study galaxies passing through our solar system and search for extraterrestrial satellites to monitor Earth. Avi Lope sees a new branch of astronomy in it “Archeology of Space”, Chetty completes the Extraterrestrial Intelligence Research Project, which seeks to detect radio signals of extraterrestrial origin. The 59-year-old Israeli-American researcher, who has published hundreds of innovative reports and collaborated with the late Stephen Hawking, is the author of a controversial scientific article that suggested that in 2017 there may have been a solar-powered alien study that briefly passed through our system.
The new project is named after the Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei, who was convicted in the 17th century for proving that the earth was not at the center of the universe. Project co-founder Frank Lockian, a researcher at Harvard’s Faculty of Chemistry and Biology, introduces himself “Service Doubt”. But rather than rejecting ideas in advance, we should “Record and interpret data independently according to scientific methods”, He noted.
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