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Jan 11, 2021

Juno spacecraft discovers FM radio signal coming from Jupiter moon

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The Juno spacecraft orbiting Jupiter has discovered an FM radio signal coming from the moon Ganymede, a finding that marks a first-time detection from the moon, according to KTLA sister station KTVX in Salt Lake City, Utah.

“It’s not E.T.,” said Patrick Wiggins, one of NASA’s Ambassadors to Utah. “It’s more of a natural function.”

Juno was traveling across the polar region of Jupiter — where magnetic field lines connect to Ganymede — when it crossed the radio source. Scientifically, it is called a “decametric radio emission.”

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Jan 10, 2021

Winning Urban Farming Ideas for Mars!

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If humans plan to go to live and work beyond Earth someday, they will need technologies that allow for sustainable living in alien environments. This is especially true of Mars, which is extremely cold, dry, and subject to more radiation than we are used to. On top of that, it also takes six to nine months to send spacecraft there, and that’s every two years when Earth and Mars are closest to each other in their orbits.

As such, settling on the Red Planet will require some serious creativity!

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Jan 9, 2021

Are We Living in the Dark Forest? | Unveiled

Posted by in categories: alien life, existential risks, nanotechnology

I think the larger the galactic population the more deterrence will be a factor of survival. IMO the key apparatus for survival is not only nanotechnology on a personal level but to become Dysonian so we have the energy for defense.


In this video, Unveiled takes a terrifying journey into the Dark Forest! Why don’t you come along??

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Jan 9, 2021

Coronavirus Could Preview What Will Happen When Alien Life Reaches Earth

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What’s happening right now due to the global outbreak of COVID-19 should make us rethink our desire to meet alien lifeforms.

Jan 8, 2021

Processing images of the cosmos and returning to the Moon

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Take a look at space image processing, and try it yourself. Plus, catch up on the week’s space news.

Explore space art created by members of The Planetary Society’s community, and learn about a possible alien signal.

Jan 6, 2021

Scientists Say Life Could Survive Inside Stars

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Needle, Haystack

The scientists even pointed to specific stars, like the erratic EPIC 249706694, that might be harboring such life, though once again they say they’re totally speculating. These theoretical organisms would survive by absorbing some of their star’s energy, so any star that dims faster than models predict could, theoretically, be serving as host.

“It is a fascinating thought that the universe may be packed with intelligent life that is so different from ours that we failed to recognize its existence,” study coauthor Eugene Chudnovsky told ScienceAlert.

Jan 5, 2021

The race to the ‘Red Planet’

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# Gravitas | Three spacecraft are on their way to find life on Mars. UAE’s ‘Hope Orbiter’, NASA’s ‘Perseverance’ rover & China’s ‘Tianwen-1’ mission. Which one will be the first to arrive? Palki S Upadhyay gets you a report.

Dec 27, 2020

Planetary Protection Policy: For sustainable space exploration and to safeguard our biosphere

Posted by in categories: alien life, geopolitics, habitats, policy, sustainability, treaties

COSPAR’s Planetary Protection Policy ensures scientific investigations related to the origin and distribution of life are not compromised.


Protecting the Earth from alien life sounds like the latest plot for a blockbuster thriller set in outer space. Whether it’s an invasion or a mysterious alien illness, the extraterrestrial threat to our planet has been well-explored in science fiction. But protecting the Earth from extraterrestrial contamination is not just a concept for our entertainment; as we explore further across our solar system and begin to land on our neighbouring planetary bodies, ensuring that we don’t bring potentially dangerous material home to Earth or indeed carry anything from Earth that may contaminate another planet is a responsibility we must take seriously.

So, who is responsible for ensuring that our space exploration is completed safely? Many nations around the world have their own space agencies, such as NASA and the European Space Agency, who run many different types of missions to explore space. States are responsible for their space activities under the Outer Space Treaty of 1967, including governmental and non-governmental actors. The Outer Space Treaty, among several provisions, regulates in its Article IX against harmful contamination. One of the core activities of the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) is to develop, maintain, and promote a Policy on Planetary Protection, as the only international reference standard for spacefaring nations and in guiding compliance with Article IX of the Outer Space Treaty.

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Dec 25, 2020

Scientists Say We Could be Living in a Kind of “Galactic Zoo” Watched Over

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Is there a slight possibility that advanced alien civilizations may have already found us without us even noticing?

According to experts, intelligent alien beings may be quietly watching over humankind in a kind of ‘galactic Zoo.’

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Dec 22, 2020

SETI Institute Admits That Proxima Centauri Signal Is Very Strange

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Interesting…


A 982 megahertz signal dubbed BLC1 (Breakthrough Listen 1) came from the star, as spotted by the Parkes telescope in Australia in April and May 2019. Most tantalizingly, the relatively nearby star system contains a planet dubbed Proxima b, which is about 20 percent larger than Earth and located in the system’s habitable zone, the area where it’s theoretically possible for life to sustain itself.

The news also met with a healthy dose of skepticism. In a statement released today, the SETI Institute commented on the controversial report. The main takeaway: Breakthrough Listen’s discovery is a candidate, not a confirmed signal.

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