Several top space scientists strongly believe that aliens might be living in the deep nooks of the universe, and a possible first contact could happen in the future. Now, adding up the heat to these beliefs, a new study report has suggested that the discovery of 100 star-like objects that unexpectedly vanished could be indicating the presence of alien existence.

These mysterious stars started off as a dim light in the skies. Later, they started to get brighter, and at times, they became thousands of times brighter when compared to the beginning. And suddenly, they started disappearing in less than an hour. Even though phenomena like this could be natural, scientists believe that alien hand behind it a remote possibility.

The new study published in the Astronomical Journal calls these stars 'red transients'. The research team led by Beatriz Villarroel at Stockholm University and the Institute of Astrophysics of Canarias in Spain has apparently discovered more than 100 such stars, and they are apparently baffled by the new finding.

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