The hunt for proof of extraterrestrial life has been a long one. While scientists believe that there is alien life out there, proving that it actually exists has been another problem altogether. Now, though, China may have stumbled upon new evidence.
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A new paper posted to the preprint database arXiv suggests at least four hostile alien civilizations could be hiding in the Milky Way right now. Further, the paper posits that some of these civilizations may be technologically advanced similarly to humans, and not yet capable of interstellar travel.
Scientists say that water shaped the rock inside a Mars meteorite, but that the water likely didn’t support microbial life. Still, the new study on the Millier Range 03346 nakhlite has shown some intriguing new discoveries.
Scientists believe there could be hidden alien life on Europa. The icy moon that orbits Jupiter is at the center of a new study. The researchers who published the study in Nature Communications say that subterranean pools of salty water could be promising sites to look for signs of alien life.
The United Kingdom will build the “brain” for the upcoming Square Kilometer Array Observatory, otherwise known as SKAO or SKA. The observatory is part of an ongoing expansion of high-powered telescopes designed to study the early universe. Alongside that goal, the Square Kilometer Array will also be capable of scanning distant galaxies for alien radio …
Is there alien life out there? Humanity has asked that question many times over the years. However, a recent study has given us some interesting results. A trio of researchers conducted the study in late 2020. They used the Murchison Widefield Array to search areas of space for up to seven hours. The trio hoped …
If you’re hoping to one day wake up to news that life has been found hiding out on some distant planet, researchers from the University of California Riverside have bad news for you. In a new research paper published in the Astrophysical Journal, the research team suggests that the area of presumed habitability around stars …