Nobel Physics Prize Winner is determined to study space and look for aliens

A winner of Nobel Physics prize stated that he is going to prove the existence of alien life form during the next 30 years.

Didier Queloz a Swiss astronomer, a professor at the University of Cambridge, where he is also a fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, as well as a professor at the University of Geneva refuses to belive that we are the only civilization on the whole Universe filled with stars and planets, which seems very logical.

Queloz, who got his physics Nobel prize on Monday is sure that there are other life forms out there in the space and he is determined to prove this during the next 30 years. He also added that the chances of stumbling across these life forms are pretty high.

There are just way too many planets, way too many stars, and the chemistry is universal. The chemistry that led to life has to happen elsewhere.

The winner is sure that in 30 years people are going to make a huge technological jump and invent technologies which are going to allow us prove the existence of other life forms outside of the Earth.

Queloz got his Nobel Prize this year for having discovered first planet outside of the Solar System which happened in 1995. The planet in question was the size of Jupiter and got a name Pegasi b. Since then scientists discovered more than 4 thousand different planets.