Has NASA found Aliens?: Via Kepler space telescope

Milestones have been made in scientific research and discovery, but NASA may be releasing something far more groundbreaking than any other discovery in history.

NASA launched the Kepler space telescope in 2009 and began a new mission in 2014 to look for exoplanets (planets from other solar systems) that could support human life. However, it is possible that it may have found much more than that.

NASA continues to announce press releases and conferences for their new discoveries. They may be on the brink of discoveries such as extraterrestrial life! This new exploration of planets beyond our solar system is giving us new information every day. Perhaps it’s only a matter of time before it reveals evidence of alien life on one of these other planets.

As you can see in this video, there are enthusiasts everywhere that are hot on NASA’s heals for more information about possible extraterrestrial life. Not all of Kepler’s data is easy to go through, but as it is public domain, Google has begun producing A.I. to process the data faster. With the nations eyes on NASA, and the Kepler space telescope, whatever they do find won’t be a secret for long. Keep your eyes and ears open. Life beyond our stars may be closer to reality than you once thought.

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