Alien Found In Philae’s Comet, Says Scientists

It’s been almost a year, we have seen PK, the alien coming down to the earth and learns to live up with its terms. But,Aliens - there is possibility of life beyond earth the scientists still rifles through its possibility. What’s been possible on the screen, requires a lot of probing in reay got a novel breakthrough in this regards, as they proposed a new explanation about the strange appearance of a comet carrying Europe’s robot Philae across the outer space; they have suggested the plity before we could accept the fact that aliens actually exist. And it seems, astronomers have alreadresence of alien microscopic life.

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According to the astronomers, “Many of the frozen dust ball’s features, which include a black crust over lakes of ice, flat-bottomed craters and mega-boulders scattered on the surface, were “consistent” with the presence of microbes”.
Further observations by the European Space Agency’s Rosetta comet orbiter has revealed that 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko “is not to be seen as a deep-frozen inactive body, but supports geological processes,” said Max Wallis of the University of Cardiff. He has also added in this connection, that the comet was approaching towards the sun at the rate of 32.9 kilometers (20.4 miles) per second, which made it “more hospitable to micro-life than our Arctic and Antarctic regions.” The other groups of scientists however claimed that the surprising super-dark and low-reflecting surface, of the comet that is being caused by the organic material, clearly indicates to the “evidence for life.”

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Also 67P’s gas ejections started far away from the reach of the sun, which again initiates surface sublimation. It clearly indicates that micro-organisms (supposed aliens) create pockets of high pressure gases to vent into the overlying ice and organic particles, which again reinstates the presence of alien life.

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The statement made in this regard also restored the idea that all the observed features gives clear and consistent mix of the ice and organic material, which supports the idea of the presence of active micro-organisms. “Organisms containing anti-freeze salts are particularly good at adapting to these conditions and some could be active at temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees Celsius (minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit)”, says scientists.

Astronomers have already noticed that the sunlit areas of the comet have reached the temperature last September already, when it came much closer to the sun, which is about 500 million kilometers.  From that time, it actually started emitting weak jets of gas. It was also noticed that 67P has also approach its closest point to the sun, about 185 million km on August 13. It proves that micro-organisms are increasingly active.

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