1. Nobel Prize winner Didier Queloz 'convinced' alien life will be found  Newshub
  2. Nobel prize brightens up bad day for exoplanet pioneer Didier Queloz  The Times
  3. Exoplanets and alien life: What you need to know about Switzerland’s Nobel Prize win  The Local Switzerland
  4. Cambridge University planet hunter says mankind could find alien life in 30 years as he wins Nobel prize  The Telegraph
  5. Alien life will be discovered in 30 years, claims Nobel prize-winning scientist  Daily Star
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"I can’t believe we are the only living entity in the universe." "I can’t believe we are the only living entity in the universe."

Nobel Prize winner Didier Queloz 'convinced' alien life will be found | Newshub

Didier Queloz had had a bad Tuesday. There had been problems with his bike, he was struggling to get a project past the university bureaucracy and now he was trying to concentrate at a scientific meeting. His phone buzzed with a foreign number and he hung up.Then another came from a Cambridge UniveDidier Queloz had had a bad Tuesday. There had been problems with his bike, he was struggling to get a project past the university bureaucracy and now he was trying to concentrate at a scientific...

Nobel prize brightens up bad day for exoplanet pioneer Didier Queloz | News | The Times

This year's Nobel Prize for Physics honoured Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz, Swiss astronomers who proved the existence of a planet orbiting a star far beyond the Earth's solar system. This year's Nobel Prize for Physics honoured Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz, Swiss astronomers who proved the existence of a planet orbiting a star far beyond the Earth's solar system.

Exoplanets and alien life: What you need to know about Switzerland’s Nobel Prize win - The Local

A Cambridge University planet hunter said on Tuesday that mankind could detect alien life within the next 30 years, after winning the Nobel prize.A Cambridge University planet hunter said on Tuesday that mankind could detect alien life within the next 30 years, after winning the Nobel prize.

Cambridge University planet hunter says mankind could find alien life in 30 years as he wins Nobel prize

“Today's Nobel Prize, Second Half: Mayor and Queloz, along with Geoff Marcy and colleagues, established a new field of astronomy that continues to change our picture of the universe every day, and may ultimately help is know if we are alone in the cosmos. https://t.co/wOxxsL1A3r”

Lawrence M. Krauss on Twitter: "Today's Nobel Prize, Second Half: Mayor and Queloz, along with Geoff Marcy and colleagues, established a new field of astronomy that continues to change our picture of the universe every day, and may ultimately help is know if we are alone in the cosmos. https://t.co/wOxxsL1A3r"

“Congratulations Michel Mayor & Didier Queloz on your #NobelPrize in physics! They made a discovery in 1995 of a gas giant planet orbiting a star like our Sun. Since then, we’ve discovered 4K+ planets outside our solar system. Watch #EZScience to see how we find these worlds: https://t.co/hS2dfkyRfI”

Thomas Zurbuchen on Twitter: "Congratulations Michel Mayor & Didier Queloz on your #NobelPrize in physics! They made a discovery in 1995 of a gas giant planet orbiting a star like our Sun. Since then, we’ve discovered 4K+ planets outside our solar system. Watch #EZScience to see how we find these worlds:… https://t.co/FhjPHHcgUf"

“Professor Didier Queloz wins 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics for first discovery of an exoplanet https://t.co/R1wOrsiAvh”

Inaki Berenguer on Twitter: "Professor Didier Queloz wins 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics for first discovery of an exoplanet https://t.co/R1wOrsiAvh"

“James Peebles, Michel Mayor Didier Queloz #nobelprize evolution of the universe & exoplanets!!”

Hannah Devlin on Twitter: "James Peebles, Michel Mayor Didier Queloz #nobelprize evolution of the universe & exoplanets!!"

On Tuesday, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Canadian-American cosmologist and physicist James Peebles, for his model of the universe, as well as astrophysicists Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz from the University of Geneva, for their discovery of the first exoplanet in 1995.The prize recipients influenced how we look at the universe today, and future discoveries.

Nobel Physics Prize honors exoplanet hunters and mysteries of the universe | Inverse

The expert believes that life is out in the universeThe expert believes that life is out in the universe

Alien life will be discovered in 30 years, claims Nobel prize-winning scientist - Daily Star

In 1992, astronomers discovered the first exoplanet, or planet outside our solar system. But it didn’t come in any form they’d really anticipated.In 1992, astronomers discovered the first exoplanet, or planet outside our solar system. But it didn’t come in any form they’d really anticipated.

How the first exoplanets were discovered | Astronomy.com

Professor Didier Queloz of Cambridge University, who has jointly been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics, says he strongly believes that alien life exists. Professor Didier Queloz of Cambridge University, who has jointly been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics, says he strongly believes that alien life exists.

SCARY? Nobel Prize winning physicist speaks of 'little green men' | News24

The Nobel Prize for Didier Queloz and Michel Mayor is in recognition of their willingness to stand by their data, seeing a planet where others didn’t.The Nobel Prize for Didier Queloz and Michel Mayor is in recognition of their willingness to stand by their data, seeing a planet where others didn’t.

The Exoplanet That Changed How We See the Solar System, and the Universe

The Nobel Prize for Didier Queloz and Michel Mayor is in recognition of their willingness to stand by their data, seeing a planet where others didn’t.The Nobel Prize for Didier Queloz and Michel Mayor is in recognition of their willingness to stand by their data, seeing a planet where others didn’t.

The Exoplanet That Changed How We See the Solar System, and the Universe

This year's Nobel Prize for Physics honoured Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz, Swiss astronomers who proved the existence of a planet orbiting a star far beyond the Earth's solar system.

Exoplanets: tantalising search for life beyond the solar system