NASA Priority: Discovering Life in Space

Source::  NASA

NASA Leadership and Famous Astronauts NASA had made the search for extraterrestrial life in space a primary goal and mission. Here are the expert perspectives on the prospects from several famous astronauts and NASA's current Chief: NASA Chief Jim Bridenstein

On NASA’s objective of discovering aliens Bridenstein said:

“The goal is to discover life on another world; that’s what we’re trying to achieve. And because of so many great people in this room,
friends, we are well on our way to doing that.” 

Astonaut Buzz Aldrin

After three spacewalks as pilot of the 1966 Gemini 12 mission, and as the lunar module pilot on the 1969 Apollo 11 mission,
and as one of the first two humans to land on the moon, he said the following:

"There was something out there that was close enough to be observed... sort of L-shaped."  

"There may be aliens in our Milky Way galaxy, and there are billions of other galaxies. The probability is almost certain that there is life somewhere in space.
"It was not that remarkable, that special, that unusual, that life here on earth evolved gradually, slowly, to where we are today."

Astronaut Scott Carpenter
As a NASA Project Mercury astronaut he said:
“At no time, when the astronauts were in space were they alone: there was a constant surveillance by UFOs.”

Astronaut Gordon Cooper
As one of the original Project Mercury astronauts  Gordon Cooper testified before the United Nations saying this:
 “I believe that these extra-terrestrial vehicles and their crews are visiting this planet from other planets…”
“I did have occasion in 1951 to have two days of observation of many flights of them, of different sizes, flying in fighter formation,
generally from east to west from Europe.”
Found this information while doing some research.  I find it intriguing.


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