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Despite her best efforts the lab unexpectedly goes into full shutdown and she is trapped inside. Little does she know, an alien specimen has escaped the mysterious cargo, and a game of cat and mouse ensues as the creature searches for a host.

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When her shift uncovers the death of a fellow miner under mysterious circumstances, Lorraine is forced to choose between escape or defying management orders and facing her fears to fight for the safety of her family. Written and Directed by the Spear Sisters.

‘Alien: Containment’ Short Film Arrives On Friday, But Here Is A Sneak Peek

A motion sensor is their only navigation tool leading them to safety while a creature in the shadows terrorizes the crew. However, the greatest threat might have been hiding in plain sight all along. Directed by Benjamin Howdeshell. They say aliens might use short bursts?

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Forcivilizations that constantly watch the skies, the bursts would conveyenoughdata to be recognized as undeniably artificial. As observantcivilizations concentratedon this simple beacon, other beacons could broadcast more complex dataat lowerpower assuming the aliens were still pursuing a frugal strategy. TheBenfords suggested looking at a broad range of radio signalsin the 1- to gigahertz range, where the travel of light isrelativelyunimpeded by interstellar matter.

Currently SETI is focused on just the1-to-2 gigahertz region,where components of water such as hydrogenand hydroxyl a compound of hydrogen and oxygen emit radio signals. Looking to 10 gigahertz makes sense, since it's cheaper byafactor of 10 to build a transmitter at 10 gigahertz than at 1gigahertz. TheBenfords also said that instead of gazing at stars within or solight-years,as most SETI efforts have done for decades, observers should point moretoward ourgalaxy's center to distances up to 1, light-years from Earth, where90percent of the galaxy's stars are clustered.

Althoughthe galactic center is home to many bursting stars whoseexplosions are expected to sterilize the space around them, "the vastbulkof stars in the 28, light-years between Earth and the galacticcenter arenot in sterilizing environments," Benford told SPACE.

Is thereintelligent life out there? The SETI effort is worthcontinuing, but ourcommon-sense beacons approach seems more likely to answer thosequestions,"Benford said. Onepossibility of an extraterrestrialbeacon is a puzzling transient radio source some 26,light-years fromEarth that was discovered in in the direction of the galacticcenter.

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Itsends out radio waves in bursts lasting up to 10 minutes in a minutecycle. Scientistshave suggested the source, labeled GCRT J, is a flare star,anextrasolar planet, a pulsar or a brown dwarf, but none of theseexplanationsfits well, the Benfords said. Basedon the burst length and the short cycle, the Benfords doubt GCRTJ isa beacon aimed at possible civilizations among a large crowd of stars. Still,if GCRT J is artificial in nature, it could be a signal thatalienspointed just at us, having detected signs of life from our planet. Ifthat isthe case, the Benfords said, we may want to pay closer attention to itssignalsto look for hidden details.

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If so, it would make sense to look in theoppositedirection, to see if another beam was communicating at it.