Stephen Hawking On Leading The Search For Alien Megastructure

Stephen Hawking is a scientist, physicist and well-renowned advocate of science and the sky. At the age of 21, while studying cosmology at the University of Cambridge, Hawking was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, but it didn't stop him from discovering what lies ahead of us.

Recently, a group of scientists is in a state of fear for a mysterious star showing off some signs of being hijacked by a race of extraterrestrial lifeforms that could possibly harness the object's energy to a point of having contact with Earth.

According to Mirror, Stephen Hawking was allegedly the one who funds for the multi-million pound project which aims for the discovery of what leaves the researchers baffled. Taby's star have recently been found togradually produce lower beams in its regular cycles. Analysts claim that this phenomenon is a sign of a Dyson Sphere which is a hypothetical framework that is believed to potentially be used by the alien race to harness energy.

The Sun also reveals that due to this exploration, serious questions are now being posed which has actually paved the way to the discovery of the light pattern being caused by an "alien megastructure" orbiting the star and periodically blocking out the light.

Jason Wright of the Penn State University has also claimed that the unusual signals around Taby's star seemed to be something that he would probably "expect for an alien civilization to build". Furthermore, reports have it that although the star has already been examined with a number of powerful equipment, experts plan to use a more advanced technology in order to observe it for a period of three nights.

Taby's star is known to have been found just above the Milky Way galaxy that has been spotted first in 2009 through the Kepler Space Telescope.

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