The quest for alien life has been going on since forever, and experts, along with sci-fi enthusiasts, have been searching for signs of ET life for a really long time. Countless movies, books, and more have been created on this subject, and people believe that “the truth is out there.”
Britain’s first astronaut said that extraterrestrial life exists, and aliens could be very well walking among us, here on Earth.
Helen Sharman is the first one of seven Britons who entered space, and she was one of the youngest people ever to enter orbit. This happened when she was 27 years old, and she was working as a researcher on the Soviet Mir space station back in 1991.
A new interview sheds light on the astronomer’s opinions on ET life
She gave an interview to the Observer during the past Sunday according to the latest reports coming from AOL. During this exciting interview, she highlighted her opinion on ET life.
“Aliens exist, there’s no two ways about it,” Sharman told the publication mentioned above.
She continued and explained that “There are so many billions of stars out there in the universe that there must be all sorts of different forms of life.”
She also said that aliens could be living on Earth: “Will they be like you and me, made up of carbon and nitrogen? Maybe not. It’s possible they’re here right now, and we simply can’t see them.”
Regarding alien life, a few days ago, we reported new data on where ET life has the best chances to be found according to the latest reports.
Some scientists believe that we should be looking at Enceladus, which is a moon of Saturn, if we want to find ET life soon.
There’s growing evidence that this tiny and bright moon, which has only 310 miles in diameter, is hiding a roiling saltwater ocean, and this could support microbial life.