Alien life is almost certainly real, they probably just haven’t visited Earth yet.
That’s according to Sara Seager, a woman described as a “pioneer” in the search for exoplanets — ones that orbit a sun other than our own. She’s also leading the search to use and implement high-powered telescopes to pinpoint planets that could carry life. She described how data extrapolated from telescopic images can offer hints to the presence of life on other planets at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics this week as part of its first Convergence conference.
The Professor of Planetary Science and Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a NASA researcher discussed her work and the search for the truth out there with the National Post’s Ashley Csanady in Waterloo.
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