Scientists believe that aliens could contact us in 2029

Many people believe that aliens have previously had direct contact with planet Earth. Some even have “proofs” such as photos or videos showing the possible sighting of spacecraft from other worlds. A study carried out by scientists at the university of california has set a date for the first possible contact with extraterrestrials.

Beings from another planet could responds to signals emitted by the Voyager 1 and 2 space probes on the date set by the experts. The scientists who authored the study believe that the signals emitted by NASA could have been received by extraterrestrial civilizations and, if there had been a response from them, it would reach Earth at the end of this decade.

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The date published in the study called “Publications of the Astronomical Society” it would be in 2029 when the extraterrestrial response would arrive, thus establishing the first contact with this civilization, something that would mean a historical change by confirming the existence of extraterrestrial lifesomething that although it seems obvious, has not yet been tested.

Therefore, if aliens received the signal sent by NASA in 2002 and they answered her, this would arrive in 2029 as the signals would travel 7.5 billion miles. This is what the study led by Howard Isaacson of the University of California concludes.

University of California astronomer and co-author Howard Isaacson explained that the idea of ​​sending out this radio wave came from watching a famous movie released in the 1990s. “This is a famous idea from Carl Sagan, who used it as a plot point in the movie Contact.”

Scientists believe that aliens could contact us in 2029
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The probe sent from Planet Earth, has up to 5 different radio waves, Voyager 1, Voyager 2, Pioneer 10, Pioneer 11 and New Horizons; and is expected to travel several centuries in space to find hundreds of stars millions of light-years from milky life.

“These spacecraft have communicated with the Deep Station Network (DSN) radio antennas to download scientific data and telemetry data. Outward transmissions from the DSN traveling with the spacecraft and beyond into space interest These transmissions have found and will find other stars, throwing up the possibility of intelligent life in other solar systems. met our terrestrial transmissions,” explains an abstract of the study.

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“We calculate the dates of these encounters to determine the time and place to harbor possible intelligent extraterrestrial life, as well as its possibility to find terrestrial transmissions,” they remark. Of course, some skeptics think that the chances of a return signal are slim or nil, and that the hypothesis of these experts is very weak.

Without going any further, the radio astronomer at the University of California in Los Angeles, Jean-Luc Margot, has explained to media such as Popular Science that “It is unlikely that our insignificant transmissions will lead to detection of humanity by extraterrestrials”he concluded, noting that it is unlikely that there are civilizations in our bubble in the Milky Way.


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