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Alien abduction expert Derrel Sims is on a mission

Derrel Sims

A Houston, Texas resident is on a mission to capture an extraterrestrial. Derrel Sims, dubbed the Alien Hunter, claims to be the world’s leading expert on alien abduction. He has investigated alleged extraterrestrial events for nearly four decades. And, according ...

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Ways to detect alien civilizations

SKA radio telescope array

Space discoveries have absolutely erupted in recent years thanks to incredible scientific technology like the Kepler space telescope, the Cassini spacecraft, and the Herschel Space Observatory, just to name a few. Scientists continue discovering new places in the far reaches ...

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SETI Institute announces new president and CEO

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The SETI Institute (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) selected a new organization head. A press release issued by the SETI Institute on Wednesday, April 9 announced that Dr. David Black has been named the organization’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. ...

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NASA plans search for alien life on Europa

Water reaching the surface of Europa. (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)

On Tuesday, March 4, NASA released an overview of its 2015 budget request, which includes funding for the formulation for a mission to Jupiter’s moon, Europa. Astrobiologists are excited about the potential habitability of Europa. Planetary scientist and astrobiologist Kevin ...

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NASA sued for failing to investigate alien life

(Credit: NASA)

The plaintiff in a new lawsuit accuses NASA of failing to properly investigate an object on the Martian surface that he believes is alive. In mid-January, NASA’s Opportunity rover photographed a mysterious object on Mars that had not been there ...

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Dwarf planet Ceres may be home to alien life

(Credit: IMCCE-Observatoire de Paris/CNRS/Y.Gominet, B. Carry)

Scientists have detected water on Ceres, a dwarf planet residing in our solar system’s asteroid belt. The Herschel Telescope detected water vapor spouting from Ceres. According to Michael Küppers of the European Space Agency, “This is the first clear-cut detection ...

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