Dyson Spheres but not an advanced species to see it

Dyson Spheres but not an advanced species to see it This week, the buzz was clear.. there is a potential “megastructure” somewhere out there..  it is a structure, or thing in space, that blocks a lot of sunlight.. It may be a Dyson Sphere.. it may be well.. dust.. It could be something very exciting, or … Read moreDyson Spheres but not an advanced species to see it

Dyson Spheres but not an advanced species to see it

This week, the buzz was clear.. there is a potential “megastructure” somewhere out there..  it is a structure, or thing in space, that blocks a lot of sunlight.. It may be a Dyson Sphere.. it may be well.. dust.. It could be something very exciting, or something exciting but just not contained within it life. … Read moreDyson Spheres but not an advanced species to see it

How's this for a headline from a reputable mainstream source of science information: "Has Kepler Discovered an Alien Megastructure? "

How’s this for a headline from a reputable mainstream source of science information: “Has Kepler Discovered an Alien Megastructure? “ All of this from DISCOVERY:  A star, named KIC 8462852, has been found with a highly curious transit signal. In a paper submitted to the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, astronomers, including … Read moreHow's this for a headline from a reputable mainstream source of science information: "Has Kepler Discovered an Alien Megastructure? "

How's this for a headline from a reputable mainstream source of science information: "Has Kepler Discovered an Alien Megastructure? "

How’s this for a headline from a reputable mainstream source of science information: “Has Kepler Discovered an Alien Megastructure? “ All of this from DISCOVERY:  A star, named KIC 8462852, has been found with a highly curious transit signal. In a paper submitted to the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, astronomers, including … Read moreHow's this for a headline from a reputable mainstream source of science information: "Has Kepler Discovered an Alien Megastructure? "

It is a planet a little more than one and a half times as big in radius as Earth. Known as Kepler 452b, it circles a sunlike star in an orbit that takes 385 days, just slightly longer than our own year, putting it firmly in the “Goldilocks” habitable zone where the temperatures are lukewarm and suitable for liquid water on the surface — if it has a surface.

It is a planet a little more than one and a half times as big in radius as Earth. Known as Kepler 452b, it circles a sunlike star in an orbit that takes 385 days, just slightly longer than our own year, putting it firmly in the “Goldilocks” habitable zone where the temperatures are lukewarm … Read moreIt is a planet a little more than one and a half times as big in radius as Earth. Known as Kepler 452b, it circles a sunlike star in an orbit that takes 385 days, just slightly longer than our own year, putting it firmly in the “Goldilocks” habitable zone where the temperatures are lukewarm and suitable for liquid water on the surface — if it has a surface.