A bomb! Here’s how astronomy can predict the location of alien civilizations on exoplanets

UNITED STATES.- Recently, a scientific team from Harvard and Stanford universities assured that it could find extraterrestrial civilizations on exoplanets. The above by means of a new generation of telescopes to be able to observe the solar systems and their respective planets. Thus, the glow of their cities could be visible, which means a real bomb for the world of astronomy. In this sense, it was reported that research could be carried out after receiving the first images from the James Webb telescope in 2022. So, Stanford Institute of Theoretical Physics researcher Elisa Tabor raised the possibility of detecting light. emitted by the cities located in Proxima B, one of the habitable planets of the zone of the star Centauri. In addition, a simulation was carried out on the basis of the NIRSpec of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). Thanks to him, these luminescences can be elucidated and it is assumed that they would have a high degree of certainty. In addition, experts also pointed out that this is not a claim that extraterrestrial life or civilization will be discovered. On the contrary, they emphasize that the idea is to know if the planets are inhabited by an extraterrestrial culture which allows us to know their advances in various fields. Source: Pixabay. On the other hand, it was also explained that all this could happen in the right direction thanks to the fact that artificial light allows us to glimpse a marked difference compared to the natural light emitted by the stars. In turn, they indicated that the glow of the dark side would be another incentive to find similarities and great comparisons with a supposedly much more advanced civilization in all aspects. Meanwhile, it has been reported that Proxima B’s artificial dark side lighting can reach 5% daytime light. If this is true, you would have an 85 percent certainty that a civilization exists. Finally, it was detailed that as the degree of urbanization increases, the light emitted also increases and the telescopes that will come after Webb will be able to detect much more distant civilizations.

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