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Here on the little space rock, we call Earth, humans often wonder whether or not we are alone in this universe. Though that question has not been properly answered until now, many discoveries seem to increase the prospect of extraterrestrial entities existing. According to the recent findings on the closest planet to us, in the outer solar system and the far beyond seem to point to the possibility that other worlds could host organisms ranging from bacteria to technological beings.
So, have humans encountered these alien species before? Let’s find out!
Welcome to Mystery Hub, where we unravel the deepest and darkest mysteries of the world for you. In today’s video we are going to talk about the untold alien encounters by NASA and why they are hiding them. So, if you want to know more about it then stay with un until the end of the video.
Stargazing scientists have recently begun to focus on the prospect of encountering intelligent extraterrestrials, and the more they think about it the more they realize the first meeting probably won’t be with little green men in flying saucers. What aliens might look like is a growing question among astrobiologists, who are increasingly conjuring up creatures more Lilliputian than mega-brained or reptilian.
The otherworldly speculation comes after the recent discovery of two interstellar objects zipping past Earth prompted a surge of interest among scientists in space travel and alien civilizations.
A spinning, red, cigar-shaped object called 1I/Oumuamua was spotted in 2017, followed by the sighting of a comet named 2I/Borisov. They were the first verified sightings in human history of objects speeding by from outside our solar system.
The objects, by their very existence, brought home to many astronomers the reality that rocks or vessels potentially carrying biological spores from other solar systems could actually reach Earth.
The notion got a major boost from Avi Loeb, the chair of Harvard University’s astronomy department. He co-wrote a scientific paper suggesting that Oumuamua’s odd, elongated shape and peculiar nongravitational acceleration could mean it is a mechanical probe — a light sail driven by sunshine — sent by an alien civilization.
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