As Drunvalo Melchizedek mentioned in his recent webcast The Maya Of Eternal Time, humankind is now learning 6,000 years worth of knowledge in the period of one month.
Now, the European Southern Observatory (ESO) reports that 32 new exoplanets have been discovered by their 3.6-metre telescope spectrograph, called HARPS (High Accuracy Radial Velocity Planet Searcher), located in La Silla, Chile.
"HARPS is a unique, extremely high precision instrument that is ideal for discovering alien worlds," says Stéphane Udry, who made the announcement. “We have now completed our initial five-year programme, which has succeeded well beyond our expectations.”
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