UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Helen Sharman has become the first person from Britain to have space in 1991.
She has spoken to aliens about ‘the observer’, where she has expressed confidence that there are other forms of life in space.
“The aliens exist, there is no other option,” Sharman said.
“There are so many billions of stars out there in the universe that must be some other way of life. Will they be like you and me, made of carbon and nitrogen? Maybe not. It’s possible they’re here now and we just can’t see them.”
Sharman, a chemist, first heard about the competition to send the first British astronaut to her car radio in 1991, and she wasn’t sure if she would apply or not thinking she wouldn’t elected. But she was selected and became the first person from Britain to go into space, reports cnet.
“People usually describe me as the first British woman in space, but I was really the first person from Britain,” she added.
Astronauts have long been searching for any sign of extraterrestrial life.
“When the Oumuamua comet passed near our solar system in 2018, its unusual behavior led many scientists to think it was an alien jet. There are also repeating radio waves that astronauts recently discovered.
Could these be signs of alien living? Now they don’t look that much. But still, we are only a very small part of the space that we can say is infinite … who knows what lies behind it, “added astronaut Sharman.
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