The Fermi Paradox Explained - Where Are The Aliens?

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Signals from Space

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Searching for Alien Life

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Is it Irrational to Believe in Aliens

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Why Haven't We Found Aliens?

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A Tilted Ocean World Could Possibly Host Life

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How does living in an endless ocean sound? For some, a perpetual sea-side view may be a dream come true. And that dream may already be a reality for extraterrestrial life, according to a new study which suggests that watery exoplanets tilted on their axis in just the right way would boast a "rather mild" and habitable climate.

Experts have been searching for planets outside or solar system that could support life for a long time now. Nearly 2,000 exoplanets beyond our solar system have been identified to date, and NASA experts and their colleagues recently affirmed their belief that a stunning 10 to 20 percent of all the stars in the sky may host habitable planets.