Scientists Believe Aliens Live in the Terminator Zone, Request Disclosure Immediately


The Terminator Zone is believed to have ideal climatic conditions for terrestrial life such as aliens. AsiaNet’s photo/Newsable

JAKARTA – A group of scientists from the University of California, Irvine (UCI) in the United States in their report entitled “Terminator Habitability: The Case for Limited Water Availability on M-dwarf Planets” is convinced that extraterrestrial life really exists in an area they call the Terminator. Zone. The report in The Astrophysical Journal states that the disclosure of the Terminator Zone will reveal the secrets of other life in outer space.

Ana Lobo scientists from UCI say the Terminator Zone is a ring area on an exoplanet. This area has special characteristics, namely a permanent day and night side.

He also said that actually the Terminator Zone was a very common area. The region always orbits around stars that make up 70 percent of what is visible in the night sky.

These stars are called M-dwarf stars, which tend to be dimmer than the sun. While SciTech Daily defines the Terminator Zone as an exoplanet region where there is a permanent dividing line between the day and night sides.

Scientists Believe Aliens Live in the Terminator Zone, Request Disclosure Immediately

The conditions are believed to be very suitable for supporting extraterrestrial life. Where the area is not too hot or too cold.

Ana Lobo said the Terminator Zone has water which is an essential element for life. According to them, the permanent conditions of the day and night play a very large role in the condition of water which is necessary for life.

From there, Ana Lobo and several scientists from Aomawa Shield conducted an experiment regarding temperature which could affect water conditions related to extraterrestrial life.

The Science Times said the experiment was the scientists’ first attempt to demonstrate the existence of a habitable climate in the Terminator Zone of an exoplanet. That’s a sharp contrast to the past where researchers have focused more on regions of exoplanets that are covered in oceans.

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