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Scientists receive response from life other than earth

A spaceship finally entered interstellar space for the first time in 2012.

But what you may not have known is that the Voyager 1 spacecraft, launched in 1977, contained a disc with recordings from our planet as a hello from Earth.

Now alien hunters are claiming that an alien from outer space has finally sent a response.

UFO fanatics working at the Sheivae Project claim that NASA’s Curiosity Rover was transmitted the message while scurrying around on Mars.

Of course not everyone believes this is a real alien with ‘complete bullshit’ being one of the more polite responses.

The message is said to basically sound like a distorted voice played over a load of beeps.

Not unlike E.T. asking little Elliot to phone home or the ‘I come in peace’ message from countless sci-fi films.

And the mystery deepens with Sheivae’s creator Viktor claiming he was told about by an unnamed contact who gave it to them before he ‘died of cancer’.