SETI: All About the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence | 10/19/15 Are we the only intelligent life in the universe? Here's how we intend to find out.

SETI: All About the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (Infographic) By Karl Tate, Infographics Artist: Are we the only intelligent life in the universe? Here's how we intend to find out.

d view of the orbital position of the planets in systems with multiple transiting planets discovered by NASA's Kepler mission, and announced on Jan. 26, 2012.

26 Planets around 11 different Stars multiple transiting planets discovered by NASA's Kepler mission, and announced on Jan. All the colored planets have been verified. The planet candidates shown in grey have not yet been verified.

Alien planets catalog nears 1000; "Strangest Planets" gallery

Number of Confirmed Alien Planets Nears 1,000

This artist's illustration represents the variety of planets being detected by NASA's Kepler spacecraft. Scientists now say that one in six stars hosts an Earth-size planet.Number of Confirmed Alien Planets Nears

Researchers find new evidence that a terrestrial #Algae just might be able to survive the physical strains of space travel

Global Effort Needed to Defend Earth from Asteroids, Astronauts Tell UN

A new approach in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence: targeting alien polluters

Humanity is on the threshold of being able to detect signs of alien life on other worlds. By studying exoplanet atmospheres, we can look for gases like oxygen and methane that only coexist if replenished by life. But those gases come from simple.

What Is the Search for Alien Intelligence Actually Looking For?

ESO Alma Telescopes and the Milky Way. Four of the European Southern Observatory's Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) antennas gaze up at the night sky. Milky Way is visible at left.

The Galaxy Poll: “Is the Evolution of Life Coded Into the Physical Laws of the Universe?” (Milky Way by Andrew Hara)

Mauna Kea, Hawaii - Let's be honest. the only thing more incredible than being on the big island of Hawaii during the daylight, is discovering that it's also one of the world's greatest spots to stargaze.

->Alien Moons May Be Easier to Photograph Than Planets<-  Artist's Impression of Exomoons Orbiting a Giant Gaseous Planet

In their search for habitable worlds, astronomers have started to consider exomoons, or those likely orbiting planets outside the solar system. In a new study, a pair of researchers has found that exomoons are just as likely to support life as exoplanets.

Artist's Impression of Floating Ice on Titan's Lakes

This artist’s concept envisions what hydrocarbon ice forming on a liquid hydrocarbon sea of Saturn’s moon Titan might look like. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/USGS It’s not exactly icing on a cake, but it could be icing on a lake. A new paper by.

This photo of the Allen Telescope Array was taken by SETI astronomer Seth Shostak. The SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute uses this array of radio dishes in Northern California to search for signals from a civilization beyond the solar system.

Is Stephen Hawking Right About Hostile Aliens? The SETI Institute's Allen Telescope Array (ATA) is hunting for radio signals from hypothetical intelligent alien life in our galaxy.

Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) | SETI Institute

Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI)

Possible newfound #alien #planet is falling to pieces! Read here- http://www.space.com/15849-disintegrating-alien-planet-kepler-mission.html?kw=PT_Space

NASAs Kepler Mission confirmed the discovery of its first rocky planet, named Measuring only times the size of Earth, it is the smallest planet ever discovered outside our solar system.

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