It's been a long time that scientists across the globe are working hard to discover the facts of extra-terrestrial lives, far beyond our solar system.
While earlier studies had sparked several controversies over the existence of aliens, the latest findings by UFO scientists have left everyone stunned.
In an impressive find, alien hunters have come up with another UFO sighting where researchers have spotted a mysterious triangular shaped object travelling through the bolt of lightning.
According to conspiracy theorists, the alleged alien spacecraft is following the path of lighting and cannot be one made by human beings. Only extraterrestrial live sources possess the ability to make such spacecraft.
YouTube channel 'Secoreteam10, which is known for posting new findings on aliens, has also uploaded the mysterious sighting showcasing the triangular shaped object flying through the lightning. The Youtuber suggests that either the alien spacecraft was using the light as its path or it came near lightning bolt to harvest energy.
The video, shared on May 5, 2018, has garnered 15k likes so far while the comment thread has been flooded with several fascinating comments from across the world. The video received 365,005 views the last time we checked.
Amidst this heated debate over the existence of aliens, a group of scientists from the Plymouth University has harnessed the power of artificial intelligence and artificial neural networks (ANNs) to find the alien life. It may also help scientists to predict on other planets and universal facts.
"We're currently interested in these ANNs for prioritising exploration for a hypothetical, intelligent, interstellar spacecraft scanning an exoplanet system at range," lead study author Mr Christopher Bishop was quoted while talking about the development.
"We're also looking at the use of large area, deployable, planar Fresnel antennas to get data back to Earth from an interstellar probe at large distances. This would be needed if the technology is used in robotic spacecraft in the future," he added.