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the amazing, rocky, nearby, (potentially) habitable solar system
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the amazing, rocky, nearby, (potentially) habitable solar system

The TRAPPIST-1 solar system is the most unique one we've seen so far and could offer amazing possibilities for life.

did the chilean navy really track a ufo?
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did the chilean navy really track a ufo?

The Chilean military has no idea what it tracked after two years of investigations and the footage it shared really is a head-scratcher.

how one planet shows an indirect glimpse of our future and the fermi paradox
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how one planet shows an indirect glimpse of our future and the fermi paradox

If there was a thriving alien civilization on one of the best candidates for life in our stellar neighborhood, we missed them by well over a billion years...

when astronauts become ufologists
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when astronauts become ufologists

If you can trust anyone to point out a genuine UFO, it's an astronaut. Sadly, they might be just as misinformed or probe to personal biases as the rest of us.

why hundreds of aliens probably aren’t trying to contact us
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why hundreds of aliens probably aren’t trying to contact us

Oddly, this is a case when a few signals would make a better case for alien contact than hundreds.

find aliens with this one weird trick
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find aliens with this one weird trick

A new idea in the search for intelligent alien life argues that we should focus on aliens that could see us too.

when the answer could actually be aliens
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when the answer could actually be aliens

An alien civilization's megaproject is very unlikely to be responsible for the weird signals from a strange star. But we can't entirely rule it out...

why a briny mars is exciting, but isn’t necessarily good news
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why a briny mars is exciting, but isn’t necessarily good news

The good news is that Mars had briny oceans usually perfect for life. The bad news is that the brine contained salts used in rocket fuel...

no, no, go on, bring on the hate clicks
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no, no, go on, bring on the hate clicks

Nick Redfern’s publishers really didn't like having his theory debunked...

the shadow over lovecraft and his alien creations
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the shadow over lovecraft and his alien creations

H.P. Lovecraft was a remarkable, creative mind. He was also a fiery xenophobe and racist. And that unsavory combination made his iconic stories what they are.

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