Scientists have located an exoplanet that's the best candidate for life as we know it. They believe it may prove to be an even more important target for the future characterization of planets in the habitable zone than Proxima b or TRAPPIST-1.
“We could hardly hope for a better target to perform one of the biggest quests in science — searching for evidence of life beyond Earth.”
Researchers revealed that they have made perhaps the most promising exoplanet discovery ever, finding seven planets that are in orbit around a relatively nearby star, TRAPPIST-1. And three of those planets appear to satisfy many of the most important requirements for life – they are not too cold or too warm, are roughly the same size as Earth, and could feature a rocky floor and water.
One incident that is getting a lot of attention at the moment happened in Chile, two years ago.
The information was released to the public by the Chilean Navy, some days ago.
See, e.g., Leslie Kean's article on it:
Here is one of the videos about the incident.
And here is the full footage, as released by the Chilean Navy:
The search for life outside our solar system has been brought to our cosmic doorstep with the discovery of an apparently rocky planet orbiting the nearest star to our sun.
There is a lot of disinformation going around in the ufology / Exopolitics community. Can you tell fact from fiction? The courses at the Exopolitics Institute aim to provide you with a framework of knowledge to do just that.
On 5 September 2016, the Fall semester of courses starts at the Exopolitics Institute.
Three courses are on offer:
- Exo-101: Introduction to Exopolitics,
- Exo-102: Citizen Diplomacy with Extraterrestrials, and
- Exo-103: Best Evidence - Expert Witness Testimony and Views on the ET Presence
Don't miss out on this great opportunity.
An interview with South African contactee Elizabeth Klärer was published on YouTube. The interview probably took place in 1984 or 1985.
(The embedded video above does not always display correctly because of a bug in the video player. If that's the case, please use the Youtube link above it).
Interview with Richard Dolan on what happens 'After Disclosure'.
It’s a cosmic game of hide-and-seek. A team of astronomers say that the next search for advanced extraterrestrial civilizations should look for stars – or even galaxies – that have vanished without a trace, as anything so unexplainable could only be due to life far more intelligent than us.
One of the contactees of the Ariel School in Ruwa, Zimbabwe speaks publicly for the first time about her experiences:
(Low sound quality!)
This week a new semester starts at the Exopolitics Institute. Two courses are on offer:
- Exo-102: Citizen Diplomacy with Extraterrestrial Civilizations (http://www.exopoliticssouthafrica.org/exo-102.htm)
- Exo-109: Messages from Space – Past and Present Contact (http://www.exopoliticssouthafrica.org/exo-109.htm)
Don't miss out on this great opportunity.
For the first time, an international team of astronomers from MIT, the University of Liège in Belgium, and elsewhere have detected three planets orbiting an ultracool dwarf star, just 40 light years from Earth. The sizes and temperatures of these worlds are comparable to those of Earth and Venus, and are the best targets found so far for the search for life outside the solar system.
A newly discovered alien planet has not one, not two, but three suns in its sky.
PLUS: Alien Planet Quiz: Are You an Exoplanet Expert?
In 2001, Steve Pearse published a paper on space weather and extraterrestrial visitation. It is well known that UFO sightings often come in so-called flaps. in his paper, Pearse discovered, among other things, a correlation between solar cycles and UFO activity.
He has now updated his paper, including additional data for the 2001-2015 period.
Robert Fleischer of Exopolitics Germany interviews Rupert Sheldrake:
Exomagazin.TV, operated by Exopolitics Germany, published a presentation by award-winning film maker Terje Toftenes from Norway, called "Alien Agenda - Abductions and strange phenomena in Norway"
For several hours on 14 February 2016, the Exopolitics South Africa web site was knocked offline by a DDOS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack.
Our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
- since 10.30 AM GMT, there are again attacks on the web server
- since 11.00 AM GMT, it is not possible to send mail
- For several hours it was not possible to receive mail
16 February: our mail servers were knocked offline for several hours.
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