This year, in April, NASA scientists had published an announcement that they found hydrogen on Saturn’s moon, Enceladus through the Cassini space probe. And this month the Ames Research Center of NASA revealed the catalog of current potential planets in the Milky Way galaxy, which sums a number of 4,034. This implies that NASA announces alien life findings.
NASA to Announce Alien Life?
According to NASA scientists, there have been over 2,300 planets found during the Kepler missions. And there have been 30 Earth-sized planets found in the “Goldilocks Zone” of their respective star. This is believed to be possibly conducive to life.
The latest decades and newest findings conduct to an exponential inventory of potential planets that can support alien life.
One representative from the House Committee of Science Space and Technology Chairman, Lamar Smith, said:
“Only in the last few decades have we been able to detect the existence of other worlds. The pursuit of evidence of life beyond our planet fascinates the American people”.
And, in addition, on an unofficial YouTube channel, an Anonymous video opens pondering whether NASA announces alien life findings. The Anonymous video opens by reading the text of an article that responds to a Congressional hearing. It also states that NASA announces alien life findings as being imminent.
The Anonymous group claims that there have been many other planets that “probably hosted intelligent life” before Earth did. They imply that the fact that there have been many budget investments in the exploration of the Universe is a sound reason to deduce that NASA announces alien life.
However, what Kepler has found is not alien life on other planets, but the basic requirements for life that were met. Thus, this does not mean that NASA announces alien life. Yet, many people long for the announcement of NASA that it has found and made contact with a far more advanced civilization out of this galaxy.
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