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Occupy Earth!

Earth invaded, aliens win… 

I hear the noise of electronic humming. The steady drip of liquid. Slow, labored breathing. My eyes open – one of them anyway? 893 more words

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Kepler Telescope's New Planets Discovery Boosts Odds for Life in Space

Planet-hunting is not exactly a growth industry in our solar system. The last time we spotted a new world orbiting our sun was in 1930, when amateur astronomer Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto—which wore the planet designation only until 2006, when it was busted down to a mere dwarf planet. 663 more words

Here Are the Three Planets Most Likely to Harbor Alien Life

There shouldn’t be a reason in the world for you to care about the star known as Trappist-1. Located a comparatively close 40 light years from Earth, it’s a so-called brown dwarf—a Jupiter-sized object that’s so dim it can’t even be seen in the visible wavelength and that burns so feebly its temperature rarely tops 4,400º F (2,400º C). 685 more words

It Came From Element-Rich Galaxy Cosmos Redshift 7

When the intergalactic exploration team called Snapback made humanity’s epic first visit to the coveted target of Cosmos Redshift 7, brightest of distant galaxies where first generation stars once produced the chemical elements that made life possible, they made a completely unanticipated discovery. 651 more words

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Yes, There Is Life in Space—Deal With It

No one has ever discovered life in space, and given the enormity of the universe and our tiny, modest place in it, it’s entirely possible no one will—either in our lifetimes or for many lifetimes to come. 346 more words

Venus "Astronaut" 1st To Visit Earth

Pressure, temperature and atmosphere inside the Stellar exo-suit equals that on the surface of Venus, meaning a tremendous power exists within it. When released under control, the results can be catastrophic for any target. 418 more words

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2076 LIFE IN THE GOLDILOCKS ZONE

NOT TOO HOT OR NOT TOO COLD

The 1960s was the last decade when storytellers and UFO evangelists could effectively use Venus as the world that our alien conquerors were coming from. 549 more words

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