Trappist 1g Possible Habitable Planet

With much hype, the United States Space Agency, better known as NASA, gave a press conference where they presented their latest and most relevant findings Trappist 1g: a planet very similar to ours just 40 light years away . Although this discovery, according to NASA researchers, indicates that there could be water and oxygen on these seven planets, the real question is: Could there be life on these planets?

Trappist 1g

NASA scientists said they do not yet have enough technology to ensure that there is life on Trappist 1g planet, but the similarity to Earth opens up this possibility. However, it is a bit strange that the Space Agency gives such importance to this discovery. For starters, it is not the first time that an Earth-like planet has been discovered. There are some stars, such as Jupiter’s moon Europa, which have long been known to have water. So what is the real novelty of this planet?

The constellation Aquarius, where the planet of Trappist 1g is located, has been considered by ancient civilizations, such as the Greeks and Sumerians, as the planet of the water bearer. The fact that this planet has precious vital liquid, is not a surprise to those who know about the relationship between the aliens and us.

For many, the Aquarian age, which we have been entering since 2000, is an era where humans will begin a new tune of vibration and many positive changes will come for our planet.

Is it just a coincidence that the Trappist 1g water planet, comes from the constellation Aquarius? Or is it that as predicted hundreds of years ago, we are entering the age of Aquarius and will soon make contact with our brothers on other planets? What Alien race will we get to meet? The Tall Whites, the reptilians,  the greys, the insectoids?

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