Where will Technologically Advanced Aliens Hide in our Solar System?

Where will Technologically Advanced Aliens Hide in our Solar System?

Straight to the answer: Close to the Sun.

Why do we often enough make the mistake to think if aliens were venturing our way that we would find evidence of them on their approach to our solar system. That we can take photos of them in the skies, or they will be detected by our numerous satellites and exploration spacecrafts.

We won’t. The only time we’ll likely know of their existence is when they finally decide to reveal themselves to us.

How about if they were to setup a permanent outpost in our solar system? Something really big, like a hundred times bigger than our own International Space Station. — Then we might detect them! So where will we look? We surely can spot them orbiting Mars, the Moon, and most of the planets. What about the Sun.

No, we can’t detect them if they are being shielded by the Sun. Earth technology is not capable to observe an environment with so much radiating energy.

That’s probably why NASA recently sent a new spacecraft to get a closer look.

Won’t it be interesting when it arrives and discovers an empire setup on the rim of the Sun’s atmosphere. That will be something exciting and scary — mostly scary!

Us Earthlings. We love the attention. We’ll tell all those alien civilizations out there, “Hey guys, look at us.” And naive as we are, unwittingly send out an invitation to them saying, “Come invade us!”

Relax, these aliens are not interested in us. Either that or they are aware that Earth is under the control of The Army of The Alien Monkeys.

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SETI Institute in the news August 2 - August 8, 2018
(since Aug, 2018)   SETI Institute

How “clean” is the moon? Although early manned missions to the moon took strict measures to prevent backwards contamination (the introduction of harmful .



SETI Institute in the news June 28 - July 4, 2018
(since Jul, 2018)   SETI Institute

Challenges await the new NASA planetary protection officer, Lisa Pratt, who's charged with ensuring U.S. missions to space address the threat of biological .



Laser tech could be fashioned into Earth's 'porch light' to attract alien astronomers: E.T., we're home
(since Nov, 2018)   Science Daily

If extraterrestrial intelligence exists somewhere in our galaxy, a new study proposes that laser technology on Earth could, in principle, be fashioned into .



SETI Institute in the news September 27 - October 3, 2018
(many weeks now)   SETI Institute

Excitement for the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) hasn't abated despite numerous delays and scientists in the field of extraterrestrial .



The almighty tussle over whether we should talk to aliens or not
(some months now)   Wired.co.uk

Astronomers can't decide whether messaging ET would bring interstellar chaos or a new era of galactic collaboration. And what would we say?



Will the messages we sent to the stars be understood?
(since Aug, 2018)   Astronomy Magazine

Four probes carry plaques or records designed to explain their origin to anyone — or anything — that might find them.



First moon outside the solar system could be as big as Neptune
(many weeks now)   Science Magazine

With help from the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers say they have found compelling evidence for the first known moon outside the solar system. Just as .



Table for One? - Astronomy Magazine
(since May, 2018) Table for One?  Astronomy Magazine

How the Fermi Paradox attempts to settle the issue of our apparent aloneness in the universe.



The unending hunt for Planet Nine, our solar system's hidden world
(some months now)   Wired.co.uk

For many, the hunt for Planet Nine has become an obsession. This is the inside story of the race to solve one of the solar system's greatest mysteries.



Are We Alone? | NOVA - NOVA Next
(many weeks now) Are We Alone? | NOVA  NOVA Next

PBS Airdate: May 9, 2018. TALITHIA WILLIAMS (Mathematician, Harvey Mudd College): What do you wonder about? ERICH JARVIS (Rockefeller University): .



There Could be Hundreds of Interstellar Asteroids and Comets in the Solar System Right Now That we Could Study
(since Nov, 2018) ‘Oumuamua) – to be observed in our Solar System . alien probes (as they suggested with ‘Oumuamua) – the implications would be far greater: “This will be revolutionary, as it will demonstrate that we

The top space stories of 2018: Mars, new moons and a mystery asteroid
(Dec 2018) People love to believe that they're from an advanced extraterrestrial civilization . NASA plans to further explore ocean worlds in our solar system through the Europa Clipper mission, the first to e

Settling the Galaxy: A Look Into the Future
(since Nov, 2018) After arrival on such a world, the Von Neumann machine would begin mining the planet for raw materials and then use the most advanced 3D printing technology . in our own solar system are long

The top 10 space stories of 2018
(Dec 2018) People love to believe that they're from an advanced extraterrestrial civilization . NASA plans to further explore ocean worlds in our solar system through the Europa Clipper mission, the first to e

Asteroid Sample-Return Mission Arrives to Collect Primordial Rocks of the Solar System
(Dec 2018) It is impossible to predict what its quarry will reveal, as constituents of Bennu are believed to be older than the solar system . advanced by sample analysis. A geophysicist hoping to understand a