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Alien Species in Milky Way Galaxy

Our ultimate goal as Humans is to discover an Alien Planet that is home to an intelligent Alien Species! Fascination with Aliens has always been part of our culture. However, the ultimate question we often ask is, Are Aliens Real?

We believe that Aliens, or Extraterrestrial Life is Real. There are too many stars and planets in the Milky Way Galaxy to not believe that Aliens are real. Statistically, there must be Aliens on other planets.

However, humanity has not currently found any evidence of Alien Civilizations to date. Even though we have no direct evidence that Aliens exist, it is assumed that Alien Civilizations must exist due to the large numbers of exoplanets we are discovering outside of our own solar system. It is estimated that there may be more than 1 Million Alien Civilizations in the Milky Way alone!

Humanity is continuing the search for other intelligent civilizations like our own. We expect to be able to make contact with other intelligent civilizations within this century. As our knowledge continues to expand in finding more earth-like planets in our galaxy, at some point, we will gain the technology to be able to discover alien civilizations and to hopefully make contact with them. The vast majority of humanity believes that we are not alone and that intelligent alien civilizations exist within our galaxy and beyond.

When we do finally make contact with Aliens, what will they be like?

How close will they be to planet Earth?

What will their technology be like?


Humans
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Home Planet: Earth

Planet ESC = 100%
Earth Similarity Class = Earthlike

Planet Distance: 0 Light Years







Species Class: Humanoid
Average Class: 5'10"
Skin Color: Variety
Species Distinctions: ?
Average Lifespan: 79 Years

Language: Various (6,500)
United Planet: No (195 Countries)
Government: Various



Technology Level: 8 (Digital Age)

Sub-Light Starships: 0
Faster than Light Starships: 0

Visited Earth: NA
Earth Relations: NA





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