US Army fighter jets meet UFOs (US ARMY)
Pentagon officials said in a draft document released this month that it is very possible that aliens are visiting our solar system and releasing tiny instruments (or probes) into it that perform small probes — just like the missions NASA conducts when we explore other planets. Draft research report authored by
Sean Kirkpatrick, director of the Pentagon's All-Area Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) and Abraham Loeb, chair of Harvard University's Department of Astronomy was published March 7 and focuses on the physical constraints of unidentified aerial phenomena.
They explained that aliens may be exploring our region using what they call "dandelion seeds"—small spacecraft that can collect and send back information, similar to the way humans send out spacecraft to explore planets.
"An artificial object carried on a small aircraft that will release several small tracking devices may visit or has already visited the Earth," the article reads, "the aircraft can rely on the gravitational force of the Sun or move thanks to its maneuverability."
US Army fighter jets meet a UFO (photo: official website, US NAVY)
In July 2022, NASA developed the ARRO, a sophisticated system designed to track celestial objects, underwater or in space. Or even those that are able to move from one dimension to another. The American Congress charged NASA with the responsibility of locating at least 90 percent of these objects that pass close to the globe the country and larger than 140 meters.
The means by which such objects can be discovered is the special telescopes called Pan-STARRS.
Thus in October 2017 these telescopes detected an unidentified intruder dubbed "'Oumuamua".
It was in the shape of a cigar and there were scientists who believed it was an artificial object.
The report claims that six months before the appearance of the "'Oumuamua", an object the size of a meter crashed into the Earth.
At NASA, they fear the intrusion of small objects similar to "'Oumuamua" because the sophisticated telescopes have great difficulty in detecting them.
In a draft paper published in livescience magazine, Love and Kirkpatrick looked at Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAPs, the government's preferred term for UFOs) as they are limited by the physics known to mankind. The authors suggest that the Hillel probes could reach Earth for research purposes without being detected by astronomers, as they will likely be too small to return enough sunlight to detect with survey telescopes.
at a special sale price
The revolution of facial treatments at home: artificial intelligence and radio waves
Served on behalf of B Cure Laser
Mysterious object in the sky - Omuamoa (photo: official website, Gemini Observatory)
"All these spies could be equipped with a parachute with a large area-to-mass ratio and thus slow their entry into the Earth's atmosphere to prevent a fire and then pursue their targets wherever they land," they wrote.
Aliens are likely to want to explore rocky planets with atmospheres in the Solar System, the authors suggest.
From afar - Venus, Earth and Mars all look attractive, with Earth likely to be of greatest interest to them once the aliens find evidence of liquid water here.
The alien civilization that created these probes would not even need to be on the mother ship and it is unlikely that they would even be able to communicate with the probes.
Additionally, they note that the alien civilization may not even exist anymore.
Most of the stars in the solar system were formed billions of years before the sun.
A habitable planet with intelligent life could have sent these spy tools to perform the tests long before Earth was formed - and they may have been destroyed by then.