The Nine Exoplanets Spying On Earth – Confirms Leading Experts

Top researchers have now confirmed that Alien beings could be watching us from NINE ideally located planets in other solar systems.  Ideally placed place to spy on planet earth – It appears that the drip feeding of disclosure is somewhat intensifying and the human race are being primed more than ever for the TRUTH!

The leading researchers identified parts of the distant sky from where various planets in our solar system could be seen to pass in front of the sun, which are called ‘transit zones’.  On top of all this the team now estimate that there should be approximately ten (currently undiscovered) worlds which are favourably located to detect the Earth and could sustain life as we know it, perhaps far more advanced that what we are here on planet Earth!

Being watched from the stars!

Due to facilities and missions such as SuperWASP and Kepler, we have now discovered thousands of planets orbiting stars other than our sun, worlds known as ‘exoplanets’. Many believe that NASA are already more than aware of planets in space that are already habitable, but keeping this important information away from the masses!

The majority of these are found when the planets cross in front of their host stars in what are known as ‘transits’.  These allow astronomers to see light from the host star dim slightly at regular intervals every time the planet passes between us and the distant star!

This image shows where transits of our solar system planets can be observed. Each line represents where one of the planets could be seen to transit, with the blue line representing the transit of Earth. If an observer were located along this line they could detect us!

These allow astronomers to see light from the host star dim slightly at regular intervals every time the planet passes between us and the distant star.

Of the thousands of known exoplanets, the team identified 68 worlds where observers would see one or more of the planets in our solar system using methods that are available on Earth. Although it has been suggested that these numbers have been underplayed somewhat!

The researchers concluded the terrestrial planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) are much more likely to be spotted than the more distant ‘Jovian’ planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune), despite their much larger size.

‘Larger planets would naturally block out more light as they pass in front of their star’, commented lead author Robert Wells, a PhD student at Queen’s University Belfast.

‘However the more important factor is actually how close the planet is to its parent star – since the terrestrial planets are much closer to the sun than the gas giants, they’ll be more likely to be seen in transit’, he said.

In order to look for other worlds where advanced civilisations would have the best chance of spotting our solar system, the astronomers looked for parts of the sky from which more than one planet could be seen crossing the face of the sun.

They found that three planets at most could be observed from anywhere outside of the solar system, and that not all combinations of three planets are possible:

‘We estimate that a randomly positioned observer would have roughly a one in 40 chance of observing at least one planet’, said Katja Poppenhaeger, a co-author of the study from the Max Planck Institute.

This very much means that there is an incredible chance that we have been watched by another planet out there for a very long time.  Perhaps this is where some of our ET visitors come from?!

Diagram of a planet (for example the Earth pictured in blue) is shown transitioning in front of its host star (the sun, in yellow). The observer on the green exoplanet is situated in the transit zone and can therefore see transits of the Earth

‘The probability of detecting at least two planets would be about ten times lower, and to detect three would be a further ten times smaller than this.’

Not surprisingly NASA say they do not currently believe the exoplanets they are aware of to be habitable. Apparently according to our secretive friends at NASA, to date, no habitable planets have been discovered from which a civilisation could detect the Earth with our current level of technology.  However NASA have on numerous times suggested that they have discovered a habitable planet, but then go quiet and avoid any further questions – please check out one of our previous articles below on this matter:

New Earth Discovered – And The Elites Fear Of The AWAKENING!

Astronomers estimate 100 billion habitable Earth-like planets in the Milky Way, 50 sextillion in the universe!

The ongoing K2 mission of Nasa’s Kepler spacecraft is to continue to hunt for exoplanets in different regions of the sky for a few months at a time. These particular regions are centred close to the plane of Earth’s orbit, which means that there are many target stars located in the transit zones of the solar system planets.

The research team’s plans for future work include targeting these transit zones to search for exoplanets, hopefully finding some which could be habitable – or perhaps finding MORE habitable planets, on top of what they have already discovered!

It’s infested with life out there!

U.I.P SUMMARY

Two things are now VERY clear (1) We are being watched and have been for a very long time and (2) NASA know very well that we are not alone in the universe and that is infested with life there – they are just too scared to tell us, due to restrictions put onto them by those that fund them – The ELITE!

It was not that long ago that the British Queens top Astronomer (please see article below) confirmed that Alien being are now watching us, and now this from some of the top researchers out there!

‘Aliens may be staring us in the face’ Says Royal Astronomer!

It appears that the drip feeding of disclosure is intensifying! Perhaps the ET’s are pushing for their very own disclosure and the elite are buckling under pressure – watch this space!!

MWV

The TRUTH is out there watching us.

 

 

 

 

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