Global hacker group and online activists Anonymous has released a new video claiming the Amercian space agency NASA is about to make an important announcement regarding the discovery of alien life. “NASA says aliens are coming!,” the hacker group wrote in a YouTube post.

The group has cited several references from NASA’s recent announcements in their 12-minute video. However, their claims were mostly based on the discovery of 219 planets that a NASA’s mission discovered outside our Solar System. The group also cited the discovery made by the NASA about the presence of hydrogen on Saturn’s moon Enceladus and the Hubble team’s discovery about the presence of oceans on Jupiter’s moon Europa.

“Taking into account all of the different activities and missions that are specifically searching for evidence of alien life, we are on the verge of making one of the most profound, unprecedented, discoveries in history,”Anonymous said quoting the Associate Administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, Thomas Zurbuchen at the Congressional hearing titled ‘Advances in the Search for Life’, that took place back in April this year.

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While Zurbuchen mentioned the TRAPPIST-1 system, which is just 39 light years away from the Earth, he also talked about the possibility of finding Earth-like planets closer to our planet. “Twenty-five years ago, we didn’t know that planets existed beyond our solar system. Today we have confirmed the existence of over 3,400 exoplanets that orbit other suns, and we continue to make new discoveries,” Anonymous said in its video.

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Interestingly, the video also talked about a CIA document which claims that our planet has not been visited by being from other planets but also from other dimensions.

However, it’s important to note that these claims are based on the discoveries made by NASA and there’s no way of knowing if any such discoveries will be made in the future.

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