EPISODE 022: Avi Loeb - did we just witness an encounter of non human origin?

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In 2017, a strange object appeared in our solar system only to disappear again. The global research community agrees that it happened, but what it was is part of a sometimes heated debate. One who particularly fanned the heat was an astronomer at the prestigious Harvard University. He claims that there is much to suggest that the object is something of non-human origin. The shockwaves this sent through the world of science are still being felt today. But what is the truth of this extraordinary claim? Avi Loeb joined us in the Space Cafe Podcast Studio to find out. An extraordinary episode.

Host: Markus Mooslechner: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markus-mooslechner-87878085/

Guest: Avi Loeb

Publisher: Torsten Kriening: https://www.linkedin.com/in/torsten-kriening-68456/

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