Recently, scientists have seen a bright light on the star named Proxima Centauri and since this incident, the interest of astronomers has increased again. The frequency of this mysterious light signal is 982 MHz, which is named Breakthrough Lysine Candidate-1 (BLC-1). Scientists believe that such signals can neither be sent from a manned spacecraft nor any satellite.
Apart from this, no natural astronomical event can produce such signals.
Scientists have speculated that the reason for the generation of such radio signals is due to an alien technology that is highly developed and exists somewhere in space. It is being speculated that there can be signs of life in this star planet. The great physicist Stephen Hawking, through his study and research, had raised the possibility that in our vast universe many light years away, there can be many planets like Earth, on which the possibility of life can be expected. Now researchers have confirmed the existence of a new planet like Earth called Proxima B. It is revealed through state-of-the-art astronomical instruments that this planet like Earth is orbiting Proxima Centauri, the closest star in our solar system. The explosion of radio waves is routinely monitored through the Breakthrough Lisen Project, initiated by Stephen Hawking.
They are seen through two powerful telescopes.
One of these telescopes is at Parks Observatory, Australia and the other is housed in the Green Banks Observatory in the US. Proxima Centauri is 4.2 light years away from the Sun. It is very difficult to see it from the earth, because its light is very less. Proxima B is one of the two planets that revolve around this star. It is 1.2 times the size of the Earth and it orbits the star in only 11 days. Proxima B. Proxima falls in the Goldilock area of the Centauri
. The goldlock area is the area around a star that is neither too cold nor too hot. The planets falling in it can live easily. As the Earth falls into the Goldlock region of the Sun. However, it is not certain that water will exist on the planet Proxima B. Proxima B is bound to its star, just as the Moon is bound to the Earth. This means that one part of the planet is always towards light and the other part is always in darkness.