Astronomers assisting in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence are now able to examine millions of stars more than before, thanks to a new listening device. The multibeam receiver at the Parkes Radio Telescope in Australia will be able to listen in on millions of stars around the Milky Way galaxy, searching for new lifeforms. The device is run by the Breakthrough Listen project, a part of Breakthrough Initiatives, founded in 2015.Read More The Search for Alien Life Just Grew a New Set of Ears
One of the nearest extra-solar planets to Earth, Proxima B, has recently fallen out of favor as a potential home to alien life. Maybe it’s not time to count it out just yet.Read More Extraterrestrial Life May Feel at Home on Proxima B After All
The idea of life on Venus has fallen out of favor in recent decades. But, maybe it’s time to start looking for life on this world after all…Read More Is Venus the Hottest New Spot to Search for Extraterrestrial Life?
Michio Kaku answered questions about the nature of alien life during an AMA. Here are the three likelihoods he postulated, as well as a couple of our own.Read More Is Michio Kaku Right About Aliens, and What Does that Mean for First Contact?
The TRAPPIST-1 system, 39 light years from Earth, could be home to a pair of habitable planets. How do we know what life may be like on these distant worlds?Read More TRAPPIST-1 Could be Home to Two Habitable Planets
TRAPPIST-1 may be home to at least two planets which could hold on to their atmospheres against the solar wind emanating from the ultra-cool red star. If this is proven by further research, this finding could greatly increase the chance that alien life may have formed in this alien solar system. An atmosphere is widely […]Read More Trappist-1 May Be Home to Atmospheres – and with it, Alien Life?