Scientists Develop Tool To Detect Alien

Astronomy Science ~ Finding life outside the Earth is the ambition of every astronomer. But sought instead of intelligent life like human b...

Astronomy Science ~ Finding life outside the Earth is the ambition of every astronomer. But sought instead of intelligent life like human beings, but at the level of bacteria or other. Now European researchers claimed to have produced a super-sized small motion sensor that can detect microscopic life on other planets.

So far, scientists attempt to discover extraterrestrial life by listening to the noise coming from a distance. They also scan the sky with a telescope and sending robot and rover can analyze chemical traces of a planet or other celestial bodies.

However, researchers in Switzerland and Belgium developed a new method called "traces of universal life," by detecting the vibration at the nano level caused by small organisms. "Nanoscale motion detector opens new perspectives in the search for another life. Life is movement," said Giovanni Longo, head of the research team.

"It means that this detector can capture small movements of a life, or at least contribute to the search for other life," says the Swiss scientist.
Detector developed Longo and other scientists are smaller than one millimeter. They tested the brand-new devices include the bacteria E. coli, or create a motion capture of human cells and mice.

When the organisms living near the sensor, they "produce the increase in amplitude". Lungo and his team also claims to successfully manipulate the movement of organisms by injecting nutrients that are then consumed by cells, or adding chemicals for killing them and stop the vibration.

"The detector can be used as a sensor in the life of a simple, highly sensitive and light," Longo wrote in his report. According to scientists, the prototype that they develop cost less than 10,000 US dollars. In addition the detector is also highly energy efficient and can be put into a box the size of 20x20 centimeters.

Longo and his team intend to offer these detectors to NASA or the European Space Agency, ESA. According to him, if the device is already available when the new Rosetta mission in the development phase, so this time the lander Philae can find traces of carbon-based life.

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Scientists Develop Tool To Detect Alien
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