NASA Chief Bill Nelson Believes Humanity Will Ultimately Find Intelligent Life in Universe
"If you have a universe that is 13.5 billion years old — it is so big — is there another chance for another Sun and another planet that has an atmosphere like ours? I would say yes, so I think we’re going to get some indication that there’s intelligent life out there," Nelson spoke on the channel's "The News with Shepard Smith."
Part of this quest, according to the former Florida senator, includes discovering more about Mars.
#MarsHelicopter pushes its Red Planet limits. 🚁— NASA JPL (@NASAJPL) July 5, 2021
The rotorcraft completed its 9th and most challenging flight yet, flying for 166.4 seconds at a speed of 5 m/s. Take a look at this shot of Ingenuity’s shadow captured with its navigation camera. https://t.co/TNCdXWcKWE pic.twitter.com/zUIbrr7Qw9
According to the Pentagon report on unidentified flying objects, released on June 25, the government cannot explain 143 of the 144 occurrences of UFOs observed by military planes from 2004 to 2021.