Group photo of the Galileo Project members during their first-year conference at the Harvard College Observatory on August 1–3, 2022.
Image credit: Andy Mead, courtesy Avi Loeb

The Galileo Project is the first systematic scientific research program in a search for artifacts or remnants of extraterrestrial technological civilizations.

Team members of the initiative held a conference on August 1–3 at the Harvard College Observatory in Cambridge, Massachusetts to make note of its first-year accomplishments and to chart plans for the year ahead.

Layout diagram of the all-sky Galileo Observatory for UAP on the roof of the Harvard College Observatory in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Image credit: Avi Loeb

One action item of note was the opening up of a rooftop set of instruments to look into the issue of Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP), also frequently characterized as Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).

Avi Loeb details the Galileo Project effort.
Image credit: Matt Checkowski/Galileo Project archive

 

 

 

Heading the Galileo Project is noted astrophysicist Avi Loeb of Harvard University.

For details, go to my new Space.com story – “On the trail of unidentified aerial phenomenon: the Galileo Project looks ahead” – at:

https://www.space.com/galileo-project-uap-ufos-one-year-update

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