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The finding of extra-terrestrial life will probably go on for a long period of time, ” said he

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If you have had it with the hopes of finding E. T. and at any time, rapidly, an astronomer, is about to burst your bubble.

Speaking at the International Astronautical Congress in Washington last month, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mit astronomer Sara Seager said that it was going to be a long slog before we see an advanced civilization in the area.

“It’s probably something that’s going to be a slow discovery, not like the little green people come out here on this Earth to scare anyone,” Seager said in a commentary that has been generated by Space.com. “It’s probably going to be a long, long time.”

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She added that it is a slow discovery, it would be able to make it more palatable for the human race, the process of the invention.

In addition to her professorship at MIT, Seager is NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is deputy director of research. SHE has recently announced that it would team up with the Breakthrough, Listen to the project in the search for extra-terrestrial intelligence.

“We are very excited to be joining Breakthrough, Listening, and SETI-search,” Seager said, at the time of co-operation. “Out of all the exo-planet, efforts, only, and SETI hold the promise of identifying signs of intelligent life.”

In a comprehensive study published in June found no evidence of the existence of extra-terrestrial life is more than 1,300 of the stars in the vicinity of the Earth, a hunt that has spanned more than three years of age.

In a separate study, published in this month that drastically cut the number of planets that may host intelligent life, should be noted that the definition of the “habitable zone” – the distance between the planet and the star is likely to be limited in relation to microbial life.”

In October, a former NASA scientist, published a wonderful op-ed piece, said he was convinced that the space agency’s “proof of life” on Mars in the 1970’s. NASA has vehemently denied this claim.

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From Fox News: Christopher Carbone contributed to this story.

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