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Harvard scientist said that in a few months people will see evidence of UFOs

Harvard astrophysicist Avi Loeb, who is known for making loud statements about UFOs, believes that in the coming months humanity will receive the first evidence of the extraterrestrial origin of unidentified flying objects.  According to the scientist, the telescope, which will work in the summer of 2022 on the roof of the observatory of Harvard College (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA), will help in obtaining such evidence.

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A few years ago, Avi Loeb found himself in the center of public attention, saying that there could be a huge alien spaceship in the Solar System. The scientist was talking about the anomalous asteroid 1I/Oumuamua, which is considered an object that came from interstellar space.

In 2021, Avi Loeb founded the Galileo initiative, in which the scientist plans to prove the existence of alien technologies. As part of the Galileo project, a network of small telescopes and cameras is being created around the world.

This summer, as Loeb has now stated, a telescope will work on the roof of the Harvard College Observatory, which will prove that UFOs are related to guests from other planets. In general, we are waiting for new sensational news from the infamous Harvard professor, and we hope that next time Loeb will share some significant facts with the public.

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