Are we alone in the universe? .. a new mission for NASA

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The project is supervised "Life Science Discovery Center", which has just been formed, at a moment that says NASA Science will soon provide a definitive answer to the fact that there are non-human beings in other planets.

The experts at NASA will work together with external people Space Agency, In order to trace any signs that indicate the presence of external objects Planet Earth, According to a newspaper "Daily Mail" Great Britain, Wednesday.

Toure Hoehler, principal researcher at the Technical Research Services College, said: "We now have scientific and engineering expertise to address this profound question with the clarity of scientific evidence."

"He's a researcher in a NASA center in Mountain View," he said State of California: "We have a wonderful experience and the community of scientists is ready for this great challenge".

Hohler emphasized that humans must "Develop tools and strategies designed specifically to reveal life in the unique circumstances of other worlds, which differ significantly not only from the Earth but also from one another."

A group of scientists from NASA, along with scientists from Georgetown University and Georgia Tech University, will try to discover new life on different planets from the Earth.

The project will lay the foundations for the discovery of a new form of life that can be very different from those on Earth.

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The project is overseen by the newly formed Life Science Discovery Center, at a time when NASA says science will soon provide a definitive answer to the fact that there are non-human beings on other planets.

NASA experts will work alongside people outside the space agency to track any signs of extraterrestrial organisms, as reported by the Daily Mail on Wednesday.

"Now we have the scientific and engineering expertise to address this deep question with the clarity of scientific evidence," said Toure Hoehler, principal researcher at Technical Research Services College.

"We have a lot of experience and the community of scientists is ready for this big challenge," said Hoehler, a researcher at a NASA center in Mountain View, California.

He emphasized that humans need to "develop tools and strategies specifically designed to reveal life in the unique circumstances of other worlds, which vary not only from the Earth, but also from each other".

A group of scientists from NASA, along with scientists from Georgetown University and Georgia Tech University, will try to discover new life on different planets from the Earth.

The project will lay the foundations for the discovery of a new form of life that can be very different from those on Earth.

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