Was `Oumuamua a hydrogen-water iceberg? Harvard Astronomer Avi Loeb weighs in on a recent paper on the mysterious interstellar space object.
If humans ever find interstellar CubeSats, it will change our priorities from funding military conflicts to space exploration.
Finding the products of technological engines produced by intelligence from afar could inspire humans to focus on our ambitious future in space.
On September 3, 2022, the 79th Venice Film Festival hosted a session titled “Meeting with `Oumuamua” at the Excelsior Hotel in Venice.
The first interstellar object to make its way to Earth may have had properties that exceeded even those of iron meteorites.
On April 6, 2022, the U.S. Space Command tweeted a formal letter confirming a meteor as originating from outside the solar system.
This week we'll be looking at how a meteor that might have gone unnoticed was revealed to have interstellar origins, with help from the Pentagon.
The James Webb Space Telescope could do more than just give us glimpses of distant alien worlds; it may even help us spot a few interstellar visitors.
As The Debrief looks back on its first year in business, one of the big areas we have covered involves the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, or SETI.
Refusal to admit anomalies as evidence that our knowledge base may have missed something important stems from our ego. AI won't make the same mistakes.
Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines and a range of panelists gathered to address space, the future, and humankind’s search for the unexplained.
A new Harvard led project aims to find scientific proof of extraterrestrial life, including examining reports of "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena."
New research released today suggests the second interstellar object ever detected, 2I/Borisov, was likely the most pristine comet...
Astrobiologist Tessa Fisher explains how solar radiation interacts with a solar sail and whether or not it explains 'Oumuamua.
The debate over whether or not 'Oumuamua was an artificial alien object is far deeper than most realize and speaks of science as a whole.
Avi Loeb's recent essay challenges scientists to expand their search for extraterrestrial life beyond signals to also look for alien probes.