A year has passed, and the humanity has failed again on its mission to identify life forms on other planets. Though, there had been mysterious signals last year assumed as the extraterrestrials, there was still no solid proof of aliens.
However, experts predict that it will be this year, 2017, that we'll finally discover extraterrestrial life. A physicist in the United Kingdom, Simon Foster, is confident with his assumptions.
He said the confirmation of aliens will not come from SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence), or other devices deployed on Mars. Nor it will be from the UFO enthusiasts who say that the government have known about aliens all this time. Physicist Simon Foster said the moons of Jupiter and Saturns will reveal the truth about the extraterrestrials.
Foster's assessments include the discovery of life from exoplanets particularly on the moons, Enceladus (Saturn) and Europa (Jupiter).
“We don’t know hardly anything and when we come up against something we don’t know or doesn’t fit into our current understanding, it is quite nice to say that it could be aliens, whereas a lot of it is just a phenomena that we haven’t discovered. Either way there is a breakthrough just around the corner,” he told Express.co.uk.
The physicist added that the end of NASA's mission with space probe Cassini would probably bring the astonishing news. Foster thinks the return of the probe will bring a slight hope in finding alien on Enceladus, that will be followed by the discovery of life near Jupiter’s Europa.
"What’s interesting is that one of [Saturn’s] moons, Enceladus,” he says, “is an icy moon and that leaves the tantalizing prospect of looking for life. The concentration has been on Mars, and I think moons like Enceladus and Europa, there is a good prospect of finding life – microbial that is.”
However, Foster and his fellow experts have only predicted for 2017. Though, uncertain and lacks solid evidences, they said it's only a matter of time before humanity discovers life on other planets.