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Scientists Say ‘Vanishing’ Star Proves Aliens Exist

Published on July 12, 2016 by   ·   No Comments

Vanishing star may offer proof of aliens, scientists say

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Scientists in Sweden have discovered a “vanishing” star that they say may help prove the existence of aliens. 

Vanishing stars are ones that ‘disappear’ suddenly from the sky, and scientists haven’t been able to explain the phenomena, until now.

Sciencealert.com reports:

Researchers in Sweden have already identified one such ‘vanishing’ star, and while they’re not sure what made it disappear from the view of our telescopes just yet, the absence of any astrophysical explanation means extraterrestrial intervention can’t be ruled out.

Stars coming and going is part of the natural flow of the Universe (our own Sun has a few billion years of life left yet), but by studying space surveys taken just a few years apart, the team wants to see if any stars appear to suddenly drop out of the sky in unusual ways.

In other words, they want to find stars logged in one survey that aren’t where they should be a few years later.

“We propose to search for physically impossible effects caused by highly advanced technology, by carrying out a search for disappearing galaxies and Milky Way stars,” the researchers from Uppsala University explain in their paper.

It might sound a little out-there – and it is – but it’s not the first time astronomers have raised the possibility of extraterrestrials being involved when they can’t reasonably explain mysterious stellar activity.

So how do you spot a disappearing star? The team compared data from the USNO-B1.0 Catalog and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) – two of the biggest and most comprehensive Universe maps out there – to see if they could find any unexplained discrepancies. In total, around 290,000 objects were studied across the course of 50 years.

From this data, they found one possible candidate: a star that appears to have vanished, after taking into account potential technical errors and the natural movements of objects in the Universe.

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