The never-ending search for extraterrestrial life will be boosted by a new research project from the Breakthrough Listen project. Breakthrough Listen is a scientific project designed by scientists who think we should listen to aliens instead of looking for them. The program uses radio dishes to search for signs of life, such as communication signals drifting from intelligent civilizations in space.
The group is increasing their efforts and will be using the radio scanning hardware at the Parkes Observatory in Australia to scan a greater portion of the sky than ever before, with an incredible accumulation of "listening".
Breakthrough lists created by researchers from SETI ̵
"With these new capabilities, we are scanning our galaxy for unprecedented detail," said Danny Price of the project "Breakthrough Listen" in a statement. "By fishing for these signatures of technological civilizations through these vast datasets, we hope to find evidence that our planet among the hundreds of billions in our galaxy is not the only one where intelligent life has arisen."
The ultimate goal of the Breakthrough Listen project is to scan one million stars, including those in neighboring galaxies, in the hope that a radio signal from an intelligent civilization will be trapped in the net. Nobody can really say whether the chances are that the project will be successful, but by listening to technological life indicators rather than trying to see them the scientists hope they will be too far away from the existence of aliens ( 19659002) Last year, Breakthrough Listen targeted the mysterious Oumuamua asteroid after hurling itself around the sun and flinging it back into space. Some in the scientific community openly wondered if they might have extraterrestrial origins, and the group decided to wait for signs of radio communication coming from the strange visitor. They heard nothing but silence. Let's hope that this new initiative brings more.