Newly Discovered Alien Planet, Hotter Then Most Stars

var addthis_config = {“data_track_clickback”:true};       Astronomers have found the hottest known exoplanet, a world where temperatures exceed those on the surface of most stars. The Jupiter-like planet, known as KELT-9b, zips around its hot host By Mike WallSpace.com6-5-17 star once every 1.5 Earth days. Its orbit is so […]

Seven Earth-like Planets Discovered In Milky Way – Continuous Disclosure

In another major step towards continuous disclosure, this time researchers have announced the discovery of seven Earth-like planets orbiting a small star in our own galaxy. An artist’s conception of… Click on Headline to read complete story…

Disclosure 2025 – NASA Officially Announces Discovery Of Alien Earth Aka Earth 2.0

Earlier we reported that NASA scientists said, signs of alien life will be detected by 2025, while “definitive evidence” of extra-terrestrial beings may be found within the next 20 to 30 years…. Click on Headline to read complete story…

Eight potentially habitable alien worlds discovered

NASA’s Kepler space telescope hit a major milestone on Tuesday, January 6. It was announced at the annual winter meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Seattle that Kepler has now identified more than 1,000 exoplanets and more than 4,000 planet candidates. Kepler began its planet-hunting mission in 2009. And, […]

1st Alien Planet of New Mission, Found By NASA’s Kepler Spacecraft

By Mike WallSpace.com12-18-14       NASA’s Kepler space telescope is discovering alien planets again. The prolific spacecraft has spotted its first new alien planet since being hobbled by a malfunction in May 2013, researchers announced today (Dec. 18). The newly discovered world, called HIP 116454b, is a “super Earth” […]

Want to Colonize an Alien Planet? Send 40,000 People

By Mike Wallspace.com7-28-14      If humanity ever wants to colonize a planet beyond the solar system, it’s going to need a really big spaceship. The founding population of an interstellar colony should consist of 20,000 to 40,000 people, said Cameron Smith, an anthropologist at Portland State University in Oregon. […]