Mankind has been eyeing to go to Mars for quite some time now. That’s because living on planets other than our Earth is the major step in becoming an interplanetary species. There have been numerous attempts to scour the Red Planet in order to study its composition, surface, and atmosphere.
Astronomers have spotted another “rogue planet” wandering throughout our Milky Way galaxy. Interestingly enough, this exoplanet doesn’t have any parent star attached to it. It was also found out that it has a similar mass between that of Earth and Mars, though it’s 10% heavier. Once confirmed, it would be a huge scientific milestone in observing rogue planets, which are believed to be in abundance especially outside our galaxy.
A former Israeli space security chief and professor, Haim Eshed, said that humans have been in touch with extraterrestrials from a so-called “Galactic Federation.” He also said that extraterrestrials exist but have asked not to publish that they are here since Earthlings are not ready yet. The news came from Yediot Aharonot – Israel’s newspaper. The interview also gained traction after parts of the news were finally written in English by Jerusalem Post.
Sci-fi has never failed to astonish us, even as we grow older. After all, it’s always cool to see some futuristic scientific advancements, such as lightsabers swinging during action. However, did it ever cross your mind about its true essence and purpose? Surely, there must be more to sci-fi than just zap guns and spaceships, right? This article will find out if sci-fi has a purpose or is it limited to just being a form of entertainment and escapism.
Many people have been wondering about which came first: science inspiration or sci-fi? 20 years ago, someone pondered if science fiction could finally solve the alarming drop of students studying physics; and more recently told us that famous sci-fi movies, such as Star Wars and Star Trek, have inspired countless astronauts, physicists, and scientists of today. Knowing the relationship between science fiction and sci-fi is vital in order for us to know which came first.