Published: Mon, January 06, 2020
Sci-tech | By Patricia Wade

The First Brit To Space Claims That 'ALIENS' Do Exist

The First Brit To Space Claims That 'ALIENS' Do Exist

Dr. Helen Sharman - the first British astronaut to enter space - said that aliens exist and are likely to live on Earth. gathers that Dr Sharman said that there must be all sorts of different forms of life in the universe.

Dr. Sharman, 56, told the Observer Magazine that Aliens exist, there are no ifs and or buts. "There are countless billions of stars out there in the universe that there must be all types of forms of life".

She added: "Up there we had all we needed to survive: the right temperature, food and drink, safety". In the interview, she further stated that extraterrestrials could not be made up of carbon and nitrogen like humans, but it was possible that they were on Earth right now and that people simply could not see them.

As per the sources, in 1991 Dr. Sharman graced as the first Briton in space after learning a call for astronaut aspirants on the radio while riding back home from work.

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After 18 months of rigorous training at Yury Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre in Star City, in 1991, at the age of 27, she became a household name, spending nearly eight days in space aboard the Soyuz TM-12 and Mir space station, performing scientific experiments, before returning to earth.

In a study a few years ago, Cornell University scientists had said that aliens may take another 1,500 years to contact Earth due to the planet's unique attributes.

But then again, she also raised the question on whether or not aliens would look like us, just like in the movies. As my mum used to tell me: "'If you don't try something, you'll never know what might have happened'".

She said: "Being in space taught me that it's people, not material goods, which truly matter". "I ticked all the boxes, but thought they wouldn't choose me so I wouldn't bother. When we flew over specific parts of the globe, it was always our loved ones we thought of down below us".

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