Everyone feels something when they’re in an “Excellent starry spot” on a “Wonderful starry night” to glance up and see stars gleaming like diamonds. Astronomy enthusiasts are still captivated by the epic beauty and the immense scale of the cosmos. Humans are driven to explore the unknown, discover new worlds and push the boundaries of our scientific and technical limits. . How many outer space civilizations are now present in our galaxy, and how far away is the nearest one? It’s a question that has perplexed humanity for as long as we’ve stared up at the sky, pondering the most existential of all questions: “Are we alone?”.
To identify and give an answer to the above question Astrophysicist Frank Drake used an equation in 1961 to estimate the number of developed civilizations that may exist in the Milky Way galaxy. That straightforward version is often regarded as the “second most famous equation in physics (after E= mc2),” and it can be found in practically every astronomy textbook.
Drake’s Equation: N = R * fp ne fl fi fc L. R∗ = 1 yr−1
The problem is that astronomers don’t know precise values for any of these variables, therefore any computation of the Drake Equation is currently speculative. However, advances in some of these domains have given astronomers a better chance of discovering an explanation. Our discoverers at Fanisko spent a significant amount of time decoding Drake’s equation in order to detect life resources outside our galaxy. As a first victory, Our team identified “Panchia Space” via our space shuttle and discovered that there are some planets and stars within Panchia Space, similar to the Milky Way. We also made a significant finding after gathering samples from the planets; those samples show that there is a metal that is similar to the indestructible stag, which we named Zoharium. Keeping all of this in mind, our Discoverers devised a new equation from Drake’s formula by including the volume of zoharium and the stars and suns that surrounded that location.
Fanisko’s Equation – FA = S * fp NO * Z6 *½ ( PL Pi PC*3.14 )* T FA -Developed Civilizations inside Panchia Space S -Rate at which the Sun forms on Panchia Space fP -Fraction of said sun that has planetary systems NO -Number of planets in a Panchia space with a habitable environment PL -Fraction of possible planets that can support life Pi -Fraction of life-sustaining planets that can support intelligent life. PC - A fraction of intelligent civilizations that have survived long enough to develop communication technology that allows them to send signals of their existence into space.
T – Amount of time that these civilizations emit signals before ceasing to exist. Z6 *½ = Zoharium count *Total planets identified / Travel velocity of the planets.
Using the established formula in connection with the recognized volume of stars and planets and the rate of travel velocity calculation, the signals of Panchia space will be retrieved and detected. According to this equation, if messages or signals are sent into space using the same approach, even if we cease to exist as a species in 3022, there will be 60 intelligent civilizations/planets in Panchia space alone. So far, we have found six surviving planets in Panchia Space that are traveling at a similar velocity, two of which have verified life resources.
Now back to answering the question about extraterrestrial life from Panchia Space.
Extraterrestrials are basically a portrayal of human self-discovery and accommodation—both physical and psychological. It deals with the indivisibility of human nature from its interactions with otherness, and how both of these drive the shape of our individual self-esteem as well as species identity and more importantly validates that “we are not alone”. extraterrestrials, like humans, have developed a magnificent society in their worlds, which appears to be beyond our reach.
Our planet Earth is made up of many minerals, but all of the earth’s resources are dispersed. The tale appears to be different on extraterrestrial worlds, which are formed by a substance called “Zoharium.” With the correct propulsion system, a milligram of Zoharium may even destroy a country; these materials are accessible in several tons. They did not realize the value of that wonderful resource initially, but as time passed, they realized the value, power, and actual potential of Zoharium.