The seven planets orbiting a neighboring star is a breakthrough discovery. The question arises: is there life?
A new study suggests that Mars was volcanically active 2 billion years ago. Researchers analyzed meteorites found on Earth to arrive at their conclusion.
There's a new test to help scientists search for extraterrestrial life outside the planet. The chemical test is called capillary electrophoresis.
NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover found what seems to be mud cracks embedded in rocks. If true, these cracks might support the claim that there was once water on the red planet.
This is it, mankind will finally begin to try and speak to aliens. This is despite warnings that could lead to the destruction of the human race itself.
Alien hunters has spotted a mysterious disc flying past the surface of the moon. The alleged UFO was captured during a live stream video of the lunar surface on Dec. 3 of the Miami Observatory in Florida.
Rumor has it the Vatican, home to the Pope, knows more about extraterrestrial life than it has led us to believe and holds alien secrets it plans to divulge through a press conference in months to come, a report by Disclose.tv claims. The article cited Father José Gabriel Funes and Brother Guy Consolmagno, both from the Vatican Observatory (the Specola Vaticana in Latin), an astronomical research and educational institution supported by the Holy See.
A new study suggests that Mars was once wetter and warmer based on studying the images taken by ESA's Mars Express and NASA's MRO.
An expert says that predecessors of human life might have developed hyper-advanced technology enough to turn themselves into living machines that can affect the physical world. He postulates that humanity has not made contact with advanced alien life forms because it already all around.
Seth Shostak, an expert from Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute, who has been leading its efforts to detect radio signals from extraterrestrial civilizations, said yes, but not quite.
Alien life might have been possible in an area recently discovered by scientists
Representatives from Breakthrough Listen, a decade long $100 million project launched last year by Yuri Milner and Steven Hawking, announced that the Parkes Radio Telescope has been utilized for the initiative.
China’s giant radio telescope is joining the search for alien life in the mysterious flickering star known as Tabby’s Star.
The Breakthrough Listen initiative will reportedly spend $100 million to search for any signs of alien life in Tabby's star for the next 10 years. The speculations of an alien civilization in Tabby's star are what make the mission enticing.