“My opinion is that what many scientists believe about life and intelligent life in the universe is almost political or psychological,” says mathematics professor Daniel Whitmire.
The meteor that crashed into the Pacific was confirmed to be interstellar by secret government data. Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb wants to recover it.
Observations of Greenland suggest that Jupiter’s ice moon may host shallow liquid water.
Mike Garrett, director of the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, talks about the effort to prepare for contact with alien life in Motherboard’s “Space Show.”
Scientists estimated how many alien societies in the Milky Way can send interstellar messages. But just because they can talk does not mean we will hear them.
A NASA rocket launch mission that painted the Arctic sky was compared to an “alien attack.”
Documents released by the Department of Defense reveal some of what its infamous Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was working on.
Report after report suggests the existence of extraterrestrial life. Yet, last night in Queens, a mysterious bright blue sky that was later revealed to be an explosion at a power plant cruelly reinforced a painful reality: I'm still here on Earth.
“A decade ago, we had no idea that the rocks beneath our feet could be so vastly inhabited.”
Jeremy Corbell’s new documentary offers a rare on-camera interview with Bob Lazar, who put Area 51 on the map 30 years ago.
A letter from Harvard University scholars asserts that the blunt-shaped ‘Oumuamua object may be an alien probe, but the scientists who rolled the spliff are killing the buzz.