Hey Space Placers!
Here's something to contemplate:
ARE INVISIBLE ALIENS AMONG US?
With trillions of galaxies and exoplanets in the Universe alien life certainly has a probability of existence.
But the distances involved between stars is so huge - the closest star beyond our Sun is over 28 TRILLION miles away - it is a major impediment to getting from "here to there". At least with physics as we know it.
I personally believe there has to be life other than that on Earth elsewhere in our galaxy and others.
Why, because life always finds a way to exist.
Maybe someday we will finally intercept a signal from space that can be attributed only to "First Contact" with intelligent life forms. Or the discovery of life on another planet in our own solar system - Mars, Europa, Enceladus - the most likely places for life as we know it.
Only time and our continuing space exploration efforts will tell.
Sky Guy in VA
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