Harvard University astrophysicist Avi Loeb has just concluded a $1.5 million expedition that lasted two weeks. The project led him to the depth of the Pacific Ocean where he is believed to have uncovered the remains of the first confirmed interstellar object to land on Earth.
In 2014, a mysterious meteor dubbed IM1 crashed off the coast of Papua, New Guinness and was believed to have come from interstellar space. Loeb thought that it could be some form of extraterrestrial technology. The 61-year-old professor garnered attention when he declared that the strange interstellar object ʻOumuamua’ could be an extraterrestrial object passing Earth.