INTERGALACTIC LIFE: Rudimentary Life Like Algae Abounds Every Where In The Universe… By Hank Curci, MS Math Stanford..


By Hank Curci,

Senior Aerospace Engineer..


We Will Discover That Rudimentary Such As Algae Abounds Every Where In The Universe,

Intelligent Life Such As We Are Will Be Extremely Rare…


Story Synopsis

Looking For Life In The Great Star Clusters…Skip Hopping From Star To Star To Continue Evolution Of Life..

Star Cluster NGC5139 Has Close Star Formations of three million stars that are two to five light years apart.

This Star Formation offers the best chance for evolved life to skip hop to a New Star’s Solar System that is just beginning life as the old star burns out…

Little Green Lady And Her People Are Now Living On A New Planet To Continue Evolving.




Little Green Lady and her People Got A Second Chance At Life.

They Now Live On A New Planet Orbiting A Young Yellow Star Just Beginning It’s Eight Billion Year Life…

See Little Green Lady and Her People Plus Hank Curci’s Other Characters He Has Evolved In this Great Star Cluster NGC5139, Click On


Hank Curci explores the beautiful Centauri Globular Star Cluster for extraterrestrial life.

The three million or so stars found in this deep space star cluster are fairly close together.

Hence, it would be possible for evolving intelligent races to skip hop from a dying star to one who is just beginning an eight billion year life ( the age of our star, the sun ) to continue evolution. 

The concentration of many stars in one place would present more orbiting planets to explore looking for the basic elements of organic life as we know it.

A star cluster of three million stars would probably offer some two  million planets to explore for life.

Unfortunately, the Centauri Globular Star cluster is 17,000 light years away and hence, it would take 34,000 years to send and receive an answer if we sent them a message.



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One Response to “INTERGALACTIC LIFE: Rudimentary Life Like Algae Abounds Every Where In The Universe… By Hank Curci, MS Math Stanford..”

  1. hcurci Says:

    Reblogged this on Spacenoodles.


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