Category: exoplanet

10 Reasons Aliens Won’t Invade Earth

An exploration into the concept of alien invasion and reasons why aliens would not attempt to invade earth.

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If We Heard from Aliens, What Would It Look Like?

Earth can be a really loud place if you’re searching for an extraterrestrial signal. So how does SETI sift through all the cosmic noise to hunt for alien signals?

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Finding Artificial Signals: Lights in the Dark
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Where Are The Aliens?

Or are they already here…

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Since the early 1990’s, astronomers have known that extrasolar planets, or “exoplanets,” orbit stars light-years beyond our own solar system. Although most exoplanets are too distant to be directly imaged, detailed studies have been made of their size, composition, and even atmospheric makeup – but how? By observing periodic variations in the parent star’s brightness and color, astronomers can…

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NASA Hosts Briefing on Latest Results of Exoplanet-Hunting Mission

NASA will hold a media briefing at 11 a.m. EDT Monday, June 19, to announce the latest planet candidate results from the agency’s exoplanet-hunting Kepler mission. The briefing, taking place during the Kepler Science Conference, will be held at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California’s Silicon Valley.

The event will stream live on NASA’s website at: http://www.nasa.gov/live

NASA Hosts Briefing on Latest Results of Exoplanet-Hunting Mission

NASA will hold a media briefing at 11 a.m. EDT Monday, June 19, to announce the latest planet candidate results from the agency’s exoplanet-hunting Kepler mission. The briefing, taking place during the Kepler Science Conference, will be held at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California’s Silicon Valley.

The event will stream live on NASA’s website at: http://www.nasa.gov/live