|Spiral Galaxy NGC 4414 / Hubble Heritage Team (AURA/STScI/NASA)|
A recent study using a space-based telescope gave less-than-stellar (heh!) results. Which brings Psalm 8:4-6 into sharper focus.
An orbiting infrared telescope found no clear signs of life in 100,000 galaxies.You can find out the answer to that question by reading the rest of the article at "100,000 Galaxies Without a Sign of Life".
If the universe is billions of years old, evolutionists believe, then sentient life should have arisen many times as they believe it did on Earth. Since many of them should have evolved for millions or even billions of years longer than humans have, their technology should have made them capable of colonizing their entire galaxy, giving off tell-tale signs of their presence.
There’s a lot of could’s and would’s in that line of thinking, but NASA decided to run a first-order investigation. Using data from the orbiting WISE telescope (which was not launched for that purpose), astronomers at Penn State ran a check for elevated mid-infrared wavelengths at 100,000 galaxies. Why infrared?