29 April 2010, JellyBean @ 10:01 am

Scientists haven’t found E.T. just yet, but they may be pinning down the best places and ways to look for alien life during future space missions, NASA researchers said Wednesday.

Experts on the search for extraterrestrial life spoke to reporters from the Astrobiology Science Conference near Houston to celebrate 50 years of astrobiology research.

Scientists there said they are still eager to find life elsewhere in the universe despite the firestorm this week kicked off by famed cosmologist Stephen Hawking, who suggested that perhaps humans shouldn’t be so eager to find aliens since there’s a chance they would want to colonize Earth or strip it for resources.

“We’re interested and prepared to discover any form of life,” said Mary Voytek, astrobiology senior scientist at NASA Headquarters, during the teleconference.

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