According to a Harvard scholar, alien technology may have landed in the Pacific Ocean

At the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, there could be technology from an alien civilisation.

In 2014, an interplanetary object crashed landed near the coast of Papa New Guinea, according to Harvard astrophysicist Dr. Avi Loeb.

Dr. Loeb and colleague Dr. Ami Siraj published a paper in which they first reported the item and speculated that it came from interstellar space.

The paper was accepted by Harvard University in 2019, however publication was put on hold due to the usage of secret data.

The US Space Command has now confirmed that the object was a meteor from another solar system in a tweet.

As a result, it is the first interplanetary visitor to Earth.

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