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The European Space Agency's (ESA) laser interferometer space antenna (LISA) is scheduled for launch 2034. The next-generation space instrument will be able to detect and measure gravity waves – small rings through the space-time fabric. But a team of physicists has shocked the scientific community by suggesting that LISA can simultaneously intercept messages sent by advanced alien civilizations based on black holes. LISA – the world's first dedicated space-based gravity wave detector – is an incredibly ambitious project, consisting of three spacecraft, arranged in a triangular formation, 2.5 million km apart. A sophisticated extraterrestrial civilization would decide to construct an apparatus to study the massive black hole in the galactic center Professor Abramowicz And researchers led by Professor Marek Abramowicz from the Swedish University of Gothenburg believe that an adaptation to their working methods would be able to see LISA play a central role in finally discovering technologically advanced alien cultivation living in our galaxy. Professor Abramowicz claims "a rare combination of circumstances" that arise in life on earth means similar limitations will limit the chance But the chance that alien life flourishes somewhere remains possible, so they choose a generous interpretation of Drake Equation &#821 1; estimation of the number of communicative alien communities in the universe – suggesting that ” data-w=”590″ data-h=”350″/> READ MORE: Ancient stone tablet "PROVES" Old Testament King WAS real Alien Life Search: Can Gravity Waves can be manipulated to become messages? (Image: European Space Agency) Alien Life Search: Black Holes may be the basis…

The European Space Agency’s (ESA) laser interferometer space antenna (LISA) is scheduled for launch 2034. The next-generation space instrument will be able to detect and measure gravity waves – small rings through the space-time fabric. But a team of physicists has shocked the scientific community by suggesting that LISA can simultaneously intercept messages sent by advanced alien civilizations based on black holes.

LISA – the world’s first dedicated space-based gravity wave detector – is an incredibly ambitious project, consisting of three spacecraft, arranged in a triangular formation, 2.5 million km apart.

A sophisticated extraterrestrial civilization would decide to construct an apparatus to study the massive black hole in the galactic center

Professor Abramowicz

And researchers led by Professor Marek Abramowicz from the Swedish University of Gothenburg believe that an adaptation to their working methods would be able to see LISA play a central role in finally discovering technologically advanced alien cultivation living in our galaxy.

Professor Abramowicz claims “a rare combination of circumstances” that arise in life on earth means similar limitations will limit the chance

But the chance that alien life flourishes somewhere remains possible, so they choose a generous interpretation of Drake Equation &#821

1; estimation of the number of communicative alien communities in the universe – suggesting that

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Alien Life Search: Can Gravity Waves can be manipulated to become messages? (Image: European Space Agency)

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Alien Life Search: Black Holes may be the basis of technologically advanced aliens (Picture: Max Planck Institute)

And a final assumption is that at least one of the alien communities will be significantly more technically savvy than humanity.

Such an extraterrestrial society will understand more about black holes, which are intimately linked to the production of gravitational waves.

Sagittarius A *, the supermassive black hole in the middle of the Milky Way is also by definition the center of the local star region – a place, says Professor Abramowicz, to which any advanced alien will look.

Thus, the researchers suggest adopting ptions about alien life and thought, right next to Sagittarius A * – at the innermost stable circular path of the hole is the ideal position to communicate with the rest of the galaxy.

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Send message using gravitational waves is the perfect medium, for “they are issued, they travel through the room almost incessantly “.

The authors wrote: “The gravity wave phenomena are ubiquitous in the universe and with sufficient technical ability relatively easy to detect.”

The same omnipresence will to some extent be a quality of the LISA detector.

LISA’s huge scale means that it will be able to detect gravity waves coming from anywhere, in any direction.

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LISA: The laser interferometer’s space antenna is scheduled for launch 2034 (Image: NASA)

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Alien Life Search: I am a huge gravity wave emitter located somewhere near a black hole? (Image: Getty)

And LISA will not be limited to just monitoring a segment of the universe.

The researchers have called this hypothetical alien vessel “The Messenger”.

Recognizing as consciously formed origin, they note that the waves of gravity it emits must be “unambiguously artificial”.

Professor Abramowicz said: “In order to be recognized as such, a gravitational war Messenger beacon must give a clear unnatural signal, such as a sustained release of gravitational waves with a constant frequency.”

Placing something near a black hole is, of course, an incredibly dangerous plan.

However, Professor Abramowicz assumes a significant degree of technical capability on that alien. In fact, they suggest sending a gravitational wave message can only be a secondary function of the craft.

The researchers write: “We claim that if a sophisticated extraterrestrial civilization would decide to construct an apparatus to study the massive black hole in the galactic center or to extract energy from it or even intentionally incapacitated by the human mind, this device can also act as a messenger.

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