Aliens Will Probably Fire Space Lasers at us - Rather Than Visiting From Super Earth Planets
Aliens looking to contact Earth will probably fire lasers at us rather than lugging their spacecraft all the way across the galaxy. That's according to German scientist Dr Michael Hippke, who says the gravity on alien worlds may be so strong that rockets can't power through their atmospheres.
Working with the Sonneberg Observatory in Germany, he explored the difficulty of spaceflight for inhabitants of distant planets called Super Earths. Scientists have spotted dozens of them outside of our solar system, and many believe they offer our best chance of finding alien life. Many of them are significantly bigger than Earth, and this could cause problems for any extraterrestrial rocket scientists living there, Dr Hippke said. Each planet's gravitational pull is far stronger than ours, meaning you'd need a lot more fuel to escape them than you do on Earth.
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By Harry Pettit, The Sun