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Devrions-nous chercher de la vie ailleurs dans l'univers? - Aomawa Shields
Le nombre de planètes “potentiellement habitables” que les astronomes trouvent régulièrement ne cesse de croître. Nous nous rapprochons chaque jour un peu plus de la réponse à la question tant convoitée : “Sommes-nous seuls dans l'univers?” Mais, devrions nous chercher la vie ailleurs ? Et si nous devions finir par la trouver, aurions nous intérêt à essayer de communiquer avec les êtres qui y vivent? Serait-ce bien prudent? Aomawa Shield navigue re-ouvre le débat.

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“potentially habitable” planets
Is that wise?
Carl Sagan
Golden Record : Sounds from earth
Jimmy Carter
Solar System and Milky Way
Intergalactic HitchHiking
Stephen Hawking
What if aliens come as conquerors...
Aomawa Shields is an astronaut
Voyager Spacecraft Launching
Voyager & Pluto
Voyager & Interstellar space
Not looking at it can be risky.
Indiana Jones
We are all born curious

Credits

Design and Direction: Remi Cans
Written by Aomawa Shields
Sound Design & Music : Erwann Chandon
Animation: Boniato Studio
Voice Over: Aomawa Shields

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Solar System and Milky Way

They also included a map. Each golden record displays the location of our solar system with respect to 14 pulsars. Their precise, unique frequencies were indicated so that intelligent extraterrestrial lifeforms could use them to find the earth. Screenshot of the short-film : "Should we be looking for life elsewhere in the universe?" TED-Education Aomawa Shields Boniato Studio