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The mysterious origin of water on Earth

Either the Moon-forming impact was insufficient to vapourize all existing water or brought to Earth by some other means.

History of space exploration

The Sumerians, the Aztecs, and about every known civilization had their own stories on space travel. 

Problems involving interstellar communication

It would take centuries for establishing the first contact, as far as the math is concerned.

Geology and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

Scientists believe that before 4 billion years ago, the earth's surface has melted in the final stage of its creation.

Probing into the Atmospheres of Exoplanets with Dr. Munazza K. Alam

With Hubble, we were observing at optical wavelengths and with JWST we have access to the infrared. We also have higher resolution, higher precision, and higher telescope stability. So the data quality is much better than before! 

Fermi Paradox— A scary realization

The Fermi Paradox gives us the most reasonable and sound theories regarding the existence of Alien life.

Detecting alien life in the solar system— A talk with Dr Nozair Khawaja

There are billions of stars and galaxies, thus expanding the potential to search for life.

The Galactic Traveler

The Space transport vehicle is now approaching the planet Xenon, distant from our Earth as far as 30 Decas (a Deca equals 10 light...

NASA’s research program on UFOs

NASA has undertaken an initiative to study the Unidentified Ariel Phenomenon (UAPs) from a scientific perspective.

Finding extraterrestrial life: Are we ready enough?

Since the advent of our collective consciousness, we have been quenching our curiosities through explorations of our surroundings.

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