We are not alone in the universe, said NASA Director Bill Nelson.
According to Deseret News, during a recent live stream conducted by the University of Virginia Center for Politics, the current Director of the US Space Agency (NASA) Bill Nelson confirmed, there is alien life. and our Earth is not alone in the universe.
“Is there any other planet Earth out there? I’m sure there is because the universe is so vast. Who dares to say that planet Earth is the only place where organized and civilized life like us exists. me?” – said the director of NASA.
Bill Nelson, a former US Democratic Senator from Florida, said he had spoken to US Navy pilots who had seen unidentified aerial phenomena. In June 2021, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence also released a report showing that the US government could not explain 143 cases of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) reported by the military since 2004. until 2021. “I talked to those pilots. They said they saw something but couldn’t tell what it was. We hope it doesn’t come from a rival country that owns some kind of technology,” Nelson said.
Director Nelson said, NASA is constantly looking for evidence of life in space, including on Mars. He predicts that the US will reach Mars in the late 2030s and that soil samples are being collected there will help people “start to unlock the secret of whether there was life there” in the past or not. are not.
“If there is water, there is a good chance there will be life,” he said. It is very possible that we will detect life on one of the other planets even within the Solar System.”
NASA is also working to find a way to knock out near-Earth asteroids. NASA’s Dual Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) will slam into an asteroid at 24,140km/h and see what happens to their orbit “If successful, in the next century in the event that we detect an asteroid that is heading towards Earth and has the risk of not only blowing up the Earth or having an impact like the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs, long, then we have a solution,” said the director of NASA.
According to Mr. Nelson, the price of space tourism tickets will go down, though not right now. This will be an opportunity for people who are not astronauts or billionaires to fly into space.