Discovery of pulsars
British astronomer Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell was the first to discover pulsars in 1967 when she saw the pulsar on the radio.
Since then, other types of pulsars that emit X-rays and gamma rays have also been seen.
Pulsars are spinning neutron stars with high magnification. But when discovered for the first time, believed to be from aliens
‘Wow!’ Radio signal
In 1977, an astronomer looking for extraterrestrial life in the sky above Ohio found a radio signal so strong that he excitedly wrote ̵6;Wow!’. Next to his information.
In 1977, an astronomer looking for extraterrestrial life in the sky above Ohio found a radio signal so strong that he excitedly wrote ‘Wow!’. Next to his information.
The 72-second explosion, found by Dr Jerry Ehman via a radio telescope, came from Sagittarius but did not match any known celestial object.
Conspiracy theorists have claimed, ‘Wow! The signal ‘, which is 30 times stronger than background radiation, is a smart extraterrestrial message.
Mars microbes that fossils
In 1996, Nasa and the White House announced a blast that the rock contained traces of an insect on Mars.
The Allen Hills (ALH) 84001 meteorite collided with Antarctica’s frozen litter 13,000 years ago and was recovered in 1984.
A photograph of a long segmented object that appears to be very life was released.
A photograph showing a long segmented object that appears to be very life is published (pictured).
However, the excitement did not last long. Other scientists questioned whether the meteorite sample was contaminated.
They also argued that the heat generated when rocks were blown out into space could create mineral structures that could be mistaken for micro-fossils.
Tabby’s Star Behavior in 2005
The star, known as KIC 8462852, is 1,400 light-years away and has stunned its freak since its discovery in 2015.
It dims at a faster rate than other planets, which some experts suggest is an alien signal that controls the star’s energy.
The star, known as KIC 8462852, is 1,400 light years away and has amazed people since it was discovered in 2015 (artist impression).
A recent study has ‘eliminated the possibility of large alien structures’ and suggests that the ring of dust may produce strange signals.
Exoplanets in the Goldilocks region in 2015
In February this year, astronomers announced they had found a star system with life-saving planets just 39 light years away.
Seven Earth-like planets orbiting the nearby dwarf star ‘Trappist-1’ have been discovered, and all of them may have water on their surface, one of life’s essential elements.
The three planets are in such good conditions, which scientists say life may have evolved.
The researchers claimed they would know whether or not there was life on a particular planet within a decade and said that ‘This is only the beginning.’