The Search for Dyson Spheres is On
Posted 15 February 2017 - 04:27 PM
The Last year, a single star found fame. It consistently made headlines and even appeared on "Saturday Night Live" and "The Late Night Show with Stephen Colbert." The star (often referred to as Tabby's star) is located 1,200 light-years away toward the constellation Cygnus and has been inexplicably flickering and fading by such large amounts that it cannot be easily explained by natural causes. One astronomer has speculated that it's encased within a vast alien megastructure, and although scientists have yet to solve that particular stellar mystery, they are continuing to scour the sky in search of these colossal construction projects — both within and beyond our home galaxy.
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Posted 08 March 2017 - 02:36 AM
The universe is full of stars and planets and NASA is still exploring to find new stars and planets. Astronomers have recently found at least seven Earth-sized planets orbiting the same star 40 light-years away. This discovery outside of our solar system is rare because the planets have the winning combination of being similar in size to Earth and being all temperate, meaning they could have water on their surfaces and potentially support life.
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