However, without showing substantial evidences to support their claim, they issued a video announcement that discusses the Kepler Space Telescope's latest discovery of 219 new planet candidates outside our Solar System and the statement of Thomas Zurbuchen, Associate Administrator of NASA's Science Mission Directorate, in a hearing on April.
"Taking into account all of the different activities and missions that are specifically searching for evidence of alien life, we are on the verge of making one of the most profound, unprecedented, discoveries in history," Zubuchen said in a government hearing before the committee on 'Advances in the Search for Life.'
Anonymous enthusiastically reported it as evidence that "something is going on in the skies above".
However, this may sound as an exciting leap of mankind towards the interesting search for extraterrestrial life, but no piece of evidences are material enough to be presented.
The Kepler Space Telescope apparently discovered more than 4,000 planet candidates outside our Solar System, including 30 planets akin in size to Earth orbiting habitable zones of their corresponding stars.
These are just one of the many discoveries NASA had achieved so far in looking for habitable places outside the solar system that make Anonymous right technically correct in their claim.
NASA almost had the capability to find evidence of alien life but that doesn't mean that alien life already exists or more precisely, will be discovered in our generation.
Watch Zurbuchen's full testimony at the April 26 Congress meeting below, starting from around the 39 minute mark.
Source: Science Alert
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