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Anonymous: Is NASA Really Going To Announce The Existence of Extraterestrial Life?

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Anonymous Network has made headlines these days, claiming that NASA is going to announce the evidence of alien life.

As we explained in another article, NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope has made a huge discovery: 219 new Earth-like planets outside our Solar System.

Thinking that NASA’s latest activities are about searching for evidence of alien life, this can be an unprecedented discovery, the biggest in history of mankind, by far.

No one knows for sure if the announcement is 100% real, but most of the internet users are skeptical, neither more than 40% believe that it is a “fake news category.”

Kepler Space Telescope, launched in 2009, scans patches of the sky in its way to find new exoplanets. Until now it have found about 4.000 outside our Solar System, but only 30 are similar to Earth.

These 30 planets are the size of Earth and they are located in habitable zones of their stars. Imagine just one habitable planet of 30. It will be a really big discovery.

By now it is not any specific piece of evidence, but we can say that everyone is excited about what we might found.

2018 will be the year in which James Webb Space Telescope will be launched. The most sensitive “planet hunter” will be able to detect the chemical fingerprints of water, methane, oxygen, ozone in all exoplanet’s atmosphere.

Anonymous claim that “NASA is closer than ever to having the tools to find evidence of alien life, but unfortunately that doesn’t mean that evidence already exists, or even that we’ll find it in our lifetime”, says ScienceAlert. [Link]

Stephen Hawking believes than we are not alone and Neil deGrasse Tyson said in a Reddit AMA that he doesn’t think we’ll find alien life in the next 50 years.

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