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The Roswell crash: Air Force balloon or extraterrestrial spacecraft?

The Roswell crash: Air Force balloon or extraterrestrial spacecraft? Another piece of fuel for the Roswell conspiracy theory is the whole matter of “flying discs.The Air Force’s weather balloon explanation — while not entirely truthful — was more or less accepted by pretty much everyone, until 1978.

Stephen Hawking and a Russian Billionaire Want to Build an Interstellar Starship

Stephen Hawking and a Russian Billionaire Want to Build an Interstellar Starship Not content to simply sit tight and wait for ET to hail us, Milner now plans to build interstellar spacecraft.In a joint announcement at the One World Observatory in New York City today, Milner and Stephen Hawking unveiled Breakthrough Starshot, a $100 million research and engineering program seeking to lay the foundations for an eventual interstellar voyage.

MIT researchers publish a legend for alien hunting

MIT researchers publish a legend for alien hunting If alien life is nearby and intelligent, finding it likely won’t be a problem for long.But what if the only life within a reasonable distance is non-intelligent, or early in its cultural development?

Ancient alien life may be harder to detect than we thought thanks to radiation

Ancient alien life may be harder to detect than we thought thanks to radiation The ongoing search for alien life doesn’t necessarily mean finding extraterrestrial organisms that are alive right now.While that would be great, finding solid evidence of extinct life on Mars or Europa would be almost as amazing.

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No, a Chinese satellite probably isn’t falling out of the sky, and NASA isn’t hiding evidence of alien life

No, a Chinese satellite probably isn’t falling out of the sky, and NASA isn’t hiding evidence of alien life Then news broke that a Chinese satellite might be out of control and falling towards us, while NASA is probably hiding evidence of UFOs when it cut the ISS video feed earlier today.The Tiangong-1 was China’s first attempt to launch an orbital space station for conducting remote experiments and testing its own orbital docking and rendezvous capabilities.

The ‘alien megastructure’ star continues to defy explanation

The ‘alien megastructure’ star continues to defy explanation The star KIC 8462852 sits 1,480 light years away in the constellation Cygnus.It wasn’t a planet, and some speculated that what we were seeing was evidence of a massive alien megastructure.

Stop describing a planet as 'Earth-like' unless it really is

Stop describing a planet as 'Earth-like' unless it really is The discovery of a new, possibly habitable alien planet is always met by media coverage marked by sweeping pronouncements about our place in the universe, and even *gasp* alien life.Above all, journalists chose to refer to Proxima b as an "Earth-like" planet, calling to mind oceans, trees and, for most people reading a general interest publication, advanced life.

Despite early reports, SETI doesn’t think we’ve just found alien life

Despite early reports, SETI doesn’t think we’ve just found alien life “Not a Drill: SETI Is Investigating a Possible Extraterrestrial Signal From Deep Space,” said the Observer, while New Scientist thrilled that a “Mysterious SETI signal sends alien-hunting telescopes scrambling.” There’s just one problem: even SETI doesn’t actually think this is anything, saying that it isn’t “terribly promising” from their perspective.

Team behind ‘alien’ signal admits it likely originated here on Earth

Team behind ‘alien’ signal admits it likely originated here on Earth Some astronomers predicted it, and now it’s been basically confirmed: the international team of scientists that reported a possibly alien signal now believes that it is likely originated right here on Earth.7cm wavelength range, and calculations based on the assumed astronomical origin showed that such a signal would have to be incredibly powerful to reach Earth at the observed intensity.