Aliens exist, may already be on Earth: British astronaut

Katie Ramirez
January 6, 2020

"It's telling that we'd assume it was a man".

These were the details of the news Aliens exist, may already be on Earth: Astronaut for this day. She positively stated that all sorts of life forms endure in the universe but we as individuals could not notice them because of the variation in our structures and also because they are so distinctive from humans.

The astronaut told The Observer Magazine that aliens exist and there are "no two ways about it".

Then, in a tantalizing theory that should probably make you very suspicious of your colleagues, Sharman added: "It's possible they're here right now and we simply can't see them". People often describe me as the first British woman in space, but I was actually the first British person.

"I've never defined myself by gender, and I continue to do so", she said.

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Dr Helen Sharman, who went into space 28 years ago, said it is without a doubt that "all sorts of forms of life" are alive in the universe - but perhaps we "simply can't see them" as they are so different to humanity. "A man going first would be the norm, so I'm thrilled that I got to upset that order", says Sharman.

'I don't know (if aliens exist)' she said, reports a local newspaper. "After take-off, we left the atmosphere and suddenly light streamed in through the window".

As per the studies, in 1991 Dr. Sharman graced as the primary Briton in area after receiving a name for astronaut aspirants on the radio whereas she was driving again to her house from work. Sharman told the magazine that glorious deep seas which she witnessed from above "took her breath away".

She said: "Being in space taught me that it's people, not material goods, which truly matter".

She has not returned to space since, and was turned down for Space Projects with the European Space Agency in 1992 and 1998.

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