Harvard Scientists Kick Off UAP Survey Program

Deep-sky, combined image showing the interstellar object Oumuamua, center, surrounded by trails of faint stars.
Credit: ESO/K. Meech et al
With nearly $1.8 million in private donations, two Harvard University scientists have unveiled a project to use civilian science observatories and instruments to scout for unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) in Earth’s skies and beyond. The initiative, known as The Galileo Project, is intended to...

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