"Alien Exhibition - Hello? Anyone There" Exhibition

National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

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The Japanese government has officially announced that they have not confirmed the existence of "unidentified flying objects thought of as originating from beyond earth." However, the possibility of extraterrestrial life remains a topic of interest. Indeed, many government figures have made positive remarks about the possibilities of the existence of extraterrestrial life and unidentified flying objects, although they noted that any opinion favoring the existence of such life forms was their personal position.
Why do we now believe or doubt or make various kinds of assumptions about the existence of alien life forms which have not yet been proven or unproven by anyone? It seems that behind this question is an essential question related to the essence of our own existence. The formation and the figure of earth and the universe are becoming evident through the development of recent planetary exploration projects and the technology of astronomical observation. In addition, the mystery of evolution in the creation of life on a planet is also on the verge of being solved by cutting-edge science. If this research continues to progress, one day soon the debate on the potential existence of aliens will be answered, and perhaps sooner than any of us think.
This exhibition unravels the psychology of humans and their fascination with the existence of aliens, even in ancient times, and "scientifically" pursues the possibility of the existence of aliens from the field of astrobiology based on the latest discoveries and theories of the world's foremost scientists. Aliens themselves might be sending messages toward us to convey their existence, and the inhabitants of earth have been seeking proof of the existence of aliens. Which of them do you think will respond first to the other's signal?

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From 2008-03-20 To 2008-06-16
*Opening hours will be extended to 18:00 from May 3rd-6th

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