PENTAGON REPORT: Officials Fear Alien Mothership Sending Probes To Earth

PENTAGON REPORT: Officials Fear Alien Mothership Sending Probes To Earth

( – The All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office of the Pentagon has released a new research report in draft form. Days ago, Defense officials speculated that extraterrestrial visitors to our solar system may launch smaller probes similar to those sent by NASA to examine other planets.

The physical limitations of unidentified aerial phenomena are the subject of a draft research report that was published on March 7 and was written by Sean Kirkpatrick, the director of the Pentagon’s All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), and Abraham Loeb, the chairman of the astronomy department at Harvard University.

The paper stated: “…An artificial interstellar object may theoretically be a parent vehicle that launches multiple little probes during its close approach to Earth, an operational framework not too dissimilar from NASA missions.

The tidal gravitational pull of the sun or a maneuvering capability might separate these “dandelion seeds” from the parent craft.”

The AARO was created in July 2022 and is in charge of monitoring things that are present in the air, water, and space, as well as any objects that can move between these domains.

According to the report, Congress mandated NASA to identify 90% of all objects near Earth that are larger than 140 meters in 2005, which led to the development of Pan-STARRS telescopes.

A strange interstellar object was discovered by Pan-STARRS on October 19, 2017. It was later given the Hawaiian name ‘Oumuamua,’ which means scout.

Scientists hypothesized that the object was manufactured since it had a flat appearance, was driven away from the sun without emitting a cometary tail and had a cigar-shaped shape.

The report mentioned that another item, NASA’s rocket booster 2020 SO, had no cometary trace and was found three years later.

According to the paper, a meter-sized interstellar meteor named IM2 landed on Earth six months before ‘Oumuamua’ made its closest approach to the planet, and it shared the same form and speed with ‘Oumuamua’ at great distances.

According to the authors,

“with perfect design, these tiny probes would reach the Earth or other solar system planets for research, when the parent vessel passes by within a fraction of the Earth-Sun separation” (precisely like “Oumuamua” did).

Because they do not reflect enough sunlight for current survey telescopes to discover them, astronomers would not be able to see the spray of small probes.

The study results from a month of an investigation into mysterious flying objects above the United States. The most notable incident was the shooting down of a Chinese spy balloon only after it had flown over the United States.

Or perhaps Russel Brand can shed some light on what this really is:

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