‘Galileo Project’ will look for for evidence of extraterrestrial lifestyle from the engineering it leaves powering

Astronomers have declared a new enterprise built to advance humankind’s research for artifacts from extraterrestrial

Astronomers have declared a new enterprise built to advance humankind’s research for artifacts from extraterrestrial technological civilizations (ETCs) — The Galileo Undertaking. The project aims to tackle the issue “are we the smartest young ones on our cosmic block?” Harvard astrophysicist Avi Loeb, a co-founder of the initiative, explained in a information meeting about the major announcement currently (July 26).

Loeb co-founded the ambitious challenge together with Frank Laukien, the chairman, president and CEO of Bruker Corp., a Massachusetts-based mostly company that develops and manufactures science devices.