In a small conference in Los Angeles, several astronauts came together at the One Strange Rock on National Geographic Monday, along with filmmaker Darren Aronofsky
Approximately 108 billion people living on Earth see less than a million in their lives once they “can not identify” in the sky. It is a unique experience for a celebrated astronaut with the ranks of science to experience rare experiences. These situations always bring to mind the question: “Are we alone at home?”
Jeff Hoffman, one of the guests, often saves his passion for space with Hubble Space Telescope. Hoffman said, “I believe that the universe is life elsewhere,” Hoffman said, who is 1211 hours away in space.
The idea of Darren Aronofsky, the director of many famous cult films such as Black Swan and Requiem for a Dream, was more artistic: “All systems look amazing, the way things come together, like all the stars and planets that come together to form a big, gigantic universe. ” said.
According to Canadian astronomer Chris Hadfield, who spends 4,000 hours in space, “Every star was essentially a planet.” The cosmic microwave backdrop that formed 400,000 years after the Big Bang can now be observed by human beings, up to 14 billion years in the history of the known universe. There may be something in front of the Big Bang, and there may even be other universes in the “multiverse”.
“We need to think about something to find evidence,” said Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman to go. But Hoffman responded: “I do not have any proof yet, so I have nothing to support my belief, but I still believe it.” said. So what do you think? Do you have life in space as well?