Are ALIEN SUNSETS The Key To Finding Life?
Alien sunsets” typically refer to the visual phenomenon of sunsets on other planets or celestial bodies in our solar system or beyond. Since the conditions on other planets can be vastly different from Earth, the appearance of sunsets on these alien worlds can be quite different as well.
For example, on Mars, sunsets have been described as having a bluish or purplish tint due to the scattering of sunlight by the thin Martian atmosphere. On Venus, the thick and cloudy atmosphere scatters sunlight, creating a diffused and muted appearance. The giant gas planets like Jupiter and Saturn have no solid surfaces, so their sunsets would be experienced high up in their atmospheres, creating unique and alien color patterns.
In a more imaginative sense, “alien sunsets” can also refer to the hypothetical sunsets on exoplanets in distant star systems, where the conditions and the visual spectacle of a sunset may be vastly different from what we experience on Earth. This concept often sparks the imagination in the search for habitable or exotic worlds beyond our own.
The first discovery of extraterrestrial life will almost certainly NOT be when it visits us, nor when we visit it. It won’t be when we see it’s stray TV signals. It’ll be in the excruciatingly faint changes in the color of alien sunsets glimpsed hundreds of light years away. Today we’re going to talk about the first such hint, why it’s probably not aliens, and why there’s a tiny chance that it still might not not be aliens.
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