Here are the Top Five places humanity is most likely to find signs of extraterrestrial life and when those discoveries could take place.
In the search for intelligent alien life, a research team now suggests looking for technosignatures that include urban lights on distant worlds.
Evidence of non-terrestrial objects of intelligent origin could turn up in a place many wouldn't expect: images of the sky that predate the dawn of the Space Race.
After decades of scanning the heavens for technosignatures, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) is about to go large.
"I wish I was a fly on the wall of your porch over the past few months." Avi Loeb discusses the rise of the Galileo Project, and his search for life in the cosmos.
Refusal to admit anomalies as evidence that our knowledge base may have missed something important stems from our ego. AI won't make the same mistakes.
A top 5 list of where scientists think I can find my hot alien boyfriend, or where alien technosignatures may be hiding in our solar system.
A new study says there are more interstellar objects in the Oort Cloud than previously thought, and they like wandering into our solar system.
As UFO interest reaches unprecedented heights, renewed favor for the "extraterrestrial hypothesis" reveals a new challenge for scientists.
A research team has identified a "Hycean" exoplanet class that they believe makes excellent targets for the search for extraterrestrial life.
Scientists have been hunting for ET in our solar system for a decade, and new efforts may prove aliens are hanging out in our cosmic backyard.
A 2018 report published by the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) shows the lengths America’s premier...
This week we look at the latest with NASA's ongoing studies of Mars, the search for alien life, and technosignatures on nearby planets.
Scientists may be closing in on the mystery of fast radio bursts, with the help of new time estimates obtained by a team of researchers.
A new study proposes searching for unusual technosignatures or phenomena on the Moon, and even around Earth.
A new study hypothesizes that one of the best ways to find evidence of possible alien technology on exoplanets is to look for their pollution.
In 1977, a radio astronomer in Ohio detected a signal so strange that he couldn't help but scribble one word next to the data; "Wow!"
The scientists who search for extraterrestrial technosignatures are coming up in the astronomy world and they want you to know it.