|dethalternate||Date: Monday, 09-May-2016, 9:16 PM | Message # 1|
-- dragon lord--
Tomorrow (May 10) could go down in the history books as the day alien life was confirmed, as NASA is set to announce the latest findings of its Kepler Space Telescope at 1pm EDT/6pm GMT.
What's more likely is the announcement of a newly discovered planet beyond our solar system (aka an exoplanet), as that's what Kepler has been tasked with looking for and already found over 1,000 of.
But that's not all Kepler's found in the past, with the telescope also spotting dips of up to 20% in the luminosity of a distant star, which some have attributed to an alien 'megastructure' in the form of a massive solar panel, used to suck up energy from it.
There's no conclusive answer for what caused the dips in brightness, but it's largely believed debris from a family of comets is the most likely explanation.
Read more/full article/source - http://www.in.techradar.com/Nasa-is....193.cms