NASA Holds Meetings to Determine How to Handle Alien Discovery

( – According to one of their scientists, NASA has discussed possible responses to the hypothetical scenario that the James Webb telescope discovers evidence of aliens.

The science communication assistant director at NASA, Dr. Michelle Thaller, confirmed that the space agency is discussing the possibility of other lifeforms or evidence of other lifeforms being discovered by the powerful telescope and what to do about such a situation. The James Webb Telescope was launched in 2021 on Christmas Day with a mission by NASA to “solve mysteries” by exploring deeper into space and the origin of the universe, along with humanity’s place in it.

One of those mysteries could be the discovery of alien life, Thaller said to a New York City audience, which would be a huge revelation. Thaller said NASA is working with the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) program to search the sky “for signs of alien civilizations.”

There’s been a recent revival in general interest in space and the question of alien life. In July, a whistleblower testified before Congress that the government conducts secret programs related to UFOs that are nested in other programs and have instructions to recover and reverse engineer exotic technology of non-human origin.

Then in August, a new website was unveiled by the Defense Department’s All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office that will publish declassified information on what the government now calls unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs). AARO described the site as “a one-stop shop for all publicly available information” having to do with the program and UAPs.

Thaller said the Webb Telescope can “detect chemicals” and “gases” in planets and stars. She said the telescope has already been used to determine that all the other planets in our solar system are “different from Earth” and hopes that maybe this year they will discover one outside of it that is “very similar to Earth. Such a discovery would be world-changing, to say the least.

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