We called ET, but it just rang and called.
A comprehensive study by a number of organizations, including one funded by Russian billionaire Yuri Milner, found no evidence of extraterrestrial life among more than 1,300 stars near Earth, a hunt that spanned more than 3 years.
"Having excluded events with properties consistent with terrestrial radio interference, we are left with zero candidates," the study reads.
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Published in The Astrophysical Journal studied the study of 1,327 stars near the earth and found no "obvious" evidence of extraterrestrial Life, University of California-Berkeley Astrophysicist Danny Price said in an interview with Live Science. "There are no amazingly advanced civilizations trying to contact us with incredibly powerful transmitters."
Although it is disappointing that the search did not show any obvious signs of life, Price allowed it to be possible for the search to use error rates to listen to or signal blocked by radio interference on Earth.
One thousand hundred thirty-eight stars were observed using the Green Bank radio telescope in West Virginia at 1
"In summary, these observations constitute the most comprehensive study of radio frequencies for advanced life around nearby stars ever performed, improvement on Results of Enriquez et al. (2017) in both sensitivity and number stars", the researchers wrote in the study.
They continued: "Together with other recent works from the reconstructed SETI society, we begin to strict and clearly defined boundaries for the construction of the advanced life in the universe. We note that significant further observation and theoretical work remains to be done before we can make general statements about the presence of technically capable species. "
A total team analyzed 1 petabyte of hosted data and compiled 219 terabytes of data. The information has been made available to the public and can be found here.
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Milner, co-founder and former Chairman of the internet company Mail.ru and the founder of venture capital company DST Global, who has invested in technical handicrafts like Facebook and Alibaba, have been active with Breakthrough Initiative, a 10-year $ 100 million project in finance hoping to find alien life through techno-signatures.
A technosignature is defined as "any measurable property or effect that provides scientific evidence of past or present technology."
Earlier, Milner has proposed ideas like building thousands of stars of chips "to push our closest neighbor, Alpha Centauri, in an attempt to explore that solar system.
The results of the Milner study come just a few days after a separate study suggested intelligent life outside Eart h may be less than first thought, the definition of "habitable zone" – the distance between a planet and a star – "is probably limited in relation to that of the microbial life" and the parameters of complex life are far more stringent.
In March, a separate study published that the presence of carbon monoxide could be a promising "biosignature" for extraterrestrial life and scientists should consider it despite its potential for damage.
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