Updated: Mar 22, 2022
Kepler 186F Found In Our Galaxy Does Closely Resemble Earth
Forbes Magazine Reports 6/16/2020
"For years all we’ve had the Drake Equation to help us understand the question, but no indication of an answer. Now a group of scientists at the University of Nottingham think they’ve come up with a new “cosmic evolution”-based calculation—or, rather, an estimation—that suggests that there are likely to be at least 36 ongoing intelligent civilizations in our Milky Way galaxy.
The Milky Way, home to our Solar System, is estimated to have 100 billion to 400 billion stars, and roughly one exoplanet per star in our galaxy.
Published today in The Astrophysical Journal, the new paper examines the likely number of Communicating Extra-Terrestrial Intelligent (CETI) civilizations in the Milky Way. It assumes that intelligent life comes to occur on other planets much as it has done on our own planet."
#Team4U Question: Why do would NASA use the New York Times to tell us now about other planets with intelligent civilizations, (Meaning having humans) but are to far away to reach in a life time? Hmmmm...Shananana?..LOL. Why are the super wealthy all of the sudden interested in colonizing on other planets closer like Mars? Hmmmm? Food for thought!
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