We have been searching for them since the evolution of our race and looks like we have an answer now.
An annonymous hacking group has disclosed that NASA is all set to make an announcement about the discovery of alien life.
A YouTube clip was published by hackers overnight which clearly indiciates a scientist at NASA is making the announcement at the last meeting of US Science, Space and Technology committee.
The news has come after the Kepler space observatory from NASA discovered 219 potential new worlds in the outer universe.
Planets Not Too Hot Nor Too Cold
Ten of these planets are rocky like the one that of our planet Earth and they fall in the system of “Goldilocks Zone”. These planets have been named as as these planets are neither too hot or too cold for the life to exist here.
In this video, it has been claimed by the Anonymous that the head of NASA Science Mission Directorate Professor Thomas Zurbuchen stated at a meeting that, “Our civilization is on the brink of discovering evidence of alien life in the cosmos. Taking into account all of the different activities and missions that are looking for alien life, we are on the verge of making one of the most profound, unprecedented discoveries in history.”
In a tweet last week from Professor Zurbuchen: “Wow, 219 potential new planets! @NASAKepler data shows us that most stars are home to at least one planet … are we welcome?”
10 Planets May Have Life Like Earth
The Kepler space telescope was launched into the orbit around the Sun in 2009 and it has been looking for planets since then.
This telescope has the capability to spot tiny droplets in a star far away when it crosses in front of it, known as transit.
Nearly 2335 planets have been identified by the Kepler telescope since its launch and the shortlisted planets are among the ones that have been verified.
It has been found that nearly 30 planets have the potential to host life as the environment found there is almost similar to that of earth.
According to Kepler research scientist, Susan Thompson, this carefully-measured catalogs will provide answer to one of the most compelling questions of astronomy – how many planets are there in the galaxy like our Earth?
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