There could be endless of other life forms in the infinite worlds out in space. Scientists figure it's time to say hello.
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.
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.
The discovery of strange signals detected by two scientists has brightened the day of alien enthusiasts and researchers. However, scientists from SETI remained skeptic of the discovery, advising people to be cautious of the newest alien claim.
With the plethora of alien sightings and space innovations reported on the news, why have we not seen any aliens yet? Renowned physicist Brian Cox sheds light to this intriguing question, first put forward by Italian physicist Enrico Fermi in the 1950s.
A batch composed of24 hot Earths, a type of solitary exoplanets, was identified by researchers from NASA, SETI and the University of Nevada.
Despite reports about a mysterious radio signal likely from aliens, astronomers believe it might have actually come from Earth.
How does living in an endless ocean sound? For some, a perpetual sea-side view may be a dream come true. And that dream may already be a reality for extraterrestrial life, according to a new study which suggests that watery exoplanets tilted on their axis in just the right way would boast a "rather mild" and habitable climate.
A very strong but incredibly brief radio wave burst was first detected in 2007 by astronomers in Australia. Now, researchers half-a-world away have detected a burst of the exact same signature, showing that the first mysterious blast was not an instrument malfunction. However, no one has any idea what is behind this phenomenon.
Experts told members of a Congressional science committee on Wednesday that it seems very likely that we will discover signs of potential life in the galaxy within the next few decades.
If aliens are out there, the United Kingdom is determined to find them, as seen in the recent launch of a network called the UK Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence (UKSETI), which combines the efforts and know-how of academics from 11 institutions from across the country.