Does Andromeda Host Life? What We Know So Far!


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The universe is vast. Scientists estimate there are 125 billion galaxies in the observable universe. Andromeda is our closest neighbor, is speeding towards us at 70 miles (110km) per second.

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Does Andromeda Host Life?

There is no proof of life in Andromeda. The Trillion Planet Survey looked for proof, however. In their abstract, they stated: “Using only a .8 meter telescope, a standard photometric system, and an image processing pipeline, we expected to detect any CW laser signal directed at us from an extraterrestrial civilization in M31.”

Andromeda: What We Know So!

Messier 31 (M31), more commonly known as the Andromeda galaxy, is visible from Earth. Its presence was first recorded as a “small cloud” by Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi in 964 in his Book of Fixed Stars.

Andromeda: How Big Is the Galaxy?

The size of the Andromeda galaxy and how it compares to the Milky Way is an evolving narrative. Andromeda and the Milky Way are the two biggest galaxies of the estimated 60 within the Local Group

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