While most of the hype surrounding space is around Mars and Planet X these days, don’t forget about Pluto. Sure, it may not be a planet anymore but it still has its fair share of surprises. The latest of these came by way of NASA’s New Horizon’s probe which may have found an alien X-ray emitting from the area.
NASA’S NEW HORIZONS CONTINUES TO DELIVER; ALIEN EVIDENCE FOUND ON PLUTO?
In July of 2015, NASA’s New Horizons probe made its closest flyby to Pluto before setting course to another planetoid far beyond the dwarf. Despite our technology, the data from this flyby takes a long time to get back to Earth. Hence, we are just now seeing the fruits of our labor. As scientists continue to go through the data, more mysteries are being uncovered each year. The latest of these has to do with unexpected X-rays emitting from the cold, rocky planet. This might be the alien evidence we’ve all been waiting for.
PLUTO DEFIES NASA; ALIEN IS COMMUNICATING
Pluto is an ice cold rock that has no magnetic field. Thus, it shouldn’t emit any X-rays. However, here we are. It does. So what is causing this mystery? Some scientists suggest that the signals are the product of charged sun particles (solar wind). If these interact with the dwarf planet, an x-ray is plausible. However, NASA says there are still some weird things goings on. The solar winds there aren’t nearly strong enough to match the level of X-Rays found. You know what is, though? Advanced alien technology. Just saying.
NASA FOUND METHANE ON PLUTO’S ALIEN MOON
Aside from the fascinating discovery of x-rays, New Horizons also found the presence of methane on the dwarf planet’s moon, Charon. Not to jump to conclusions, but where there is methane, there is a minor chance of life. Of course, Charon is far too cold for this to happen. The methane on the moon either escapes the atmosphere back into space or lands on the cold pole. There, it will freeze solid and become a little, thin coat of methane ice. When the sun comes back in spring through, the methane evaporates and leaves behind hydrocarbons. It’s a great discovery indeed and it had the potential to lead to one even greater.