Whilst The Human Race Sleeps, NASA Have Already Discovered a 100 Habitable Planets

Whilst The Human Race Sleeps, NASA Have Already Discovered a 100 Habitable Planets

It has recently been announced (never very loudly) that NASA’S Kepler spacecraft has found at least more than 100 confirmed alien planets – and probably far more than they actually make out to have discovered!

The Kepler mission which has so far cost in the region of £411 million, was originally launched back in 2009, on a mission to find Earth-like planets in the Milky Way galaxy that could support life – and possibly signs of civilised worlds.

It has been confirmed by the guys at NASA that so far the unmanned space craft has located well over 1000 Alien worlds to this date, of which they believe at lease a 100 of them could quite possibly be habitable, just like planet earth.

It has been rumoured that NASA are only teasing us all with the truth and have actually so far discovered far more than the 100 planets that they have quoted, possibly with some giving signs of life.

An artists impression of the Kepler space telescope

An artists impression of the Kepler space telescope

The way that the Kepler telescope works is by recording tiny brightness dips caused when a planet crosses a star’s face – like our planet does when it orbits behind the sun. This technique helps NASA understand what Planets are potentially in the habitable zone of their stars.  It then watches patches of space for about 80 days at a time to search for planets and other cosmic bodies and phenomena.

That’s what Kepler has been doing in its K2 mission, which NASA greenlit in May 2014 – It is hard to believe that the Kepler project was very nearly cancelled after its steering supposedly failed back in 2013 (That’s what Kepler has been doing in its K2 mission, which NASA greenlit in May 2014).

Perhaps there is aliens out there looking out at space towards us!

Perhaps there is aliens out there looking out at space towards us! Art by Raphael Terra @http://ufoartist.blogspot.co.uk/

Keplers principal investigator Bill Borucki confirmed that the most recent mission could find ‘dozens, or maybe even hundreds’ of exoplanets.  Surprisingly the space telescope has ALREADY confirmed more than a 100 potential habitable planets in just two years – But at a guess this figure has been underplayed and far more habitable planets have been discovered in the Galaxy!

U.I.P SUMMARY – I had an interesting conversation the other day with somebody who has very little interest in what lies beyond planet earth and is unfortunately rather closed minded.  The person I was speaking to was literally in a state of shock when I confirmed to them that we (us humans) have already discovered other possibly inhabited planets, and I guess he was shocked due to the fact the media keep quiet about such important finds, yet probably not the whole truth stories – The reason these stories are not overly promoted is due to the fact that the Elite are scared about the human race gaining too much of an understanding that we are NOT alone in the Universe!

In fact Astronomers estimate 100 billion habitable Earth-like planets in the Milky Way, 50 sextillion in the – Its infested with life out there -and no wonder we are being visited pretty much on a weekly basis by unknown beings ~ It s the time the human race wake up to the fact that we are very much NOT alone in the Universe!

Source: UFO International Project

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