This is the first ever image of a mysterious extraterrestrial organism, which, according to scientists, is the last evidence of the existence of aliens.
Discovered using super-powerful magnets to capture the smallest particles of debris floating in space, the horn-shaped particle is a "complete living organism."
Professor Milton Wainwright of the Center for Astrobiology at Buckingham University claims that she proves the existence of life outside the Earth.
Its discovery was the result of a research project in Derbyshire, in which powerful magnets were launched into the stratosphere.
Professor Wainwright explained that the picture taken during the study shows a salt crystal with a strange horned creature bursting from the surface of the crystal.
According to him, this further confirms the theory of panspermia, according to which life not only exists in space, but also constantly spills from space to Earth.
Professor Wainwright says: “The image shows what we think of as alien microbes flying high in the Earth's stratosphere.
Our team has caused a lot of excitement over the past two years by claiming that these microbes are constantly arriving on Earth from space.
Our critics have vigorously rejected our work, but so far no one has provided a viable alternative explanation for our peer reviewed study."
Professor Wainwright said the structure is an "amorphous form" attached to a grain of salt and contains rare elements including dysprosium, lutetium, neodymium and niobium.
"As far as we can tell, this particle has nothing to do with anything found on Earth."
The latest launch is also interesting because the team found particles containing so-called rare earth elements at an altitude of about 30 kilometers in the stratosphere.
"These particles are too large to be transported from Earth, and, like the alien life forms we have found, must come to Earth from space."
The find this summer follows the discovery of a dragon particle and a ghost particle last year, as well as a strange seed-like organism that puzzled scientists this spring.
A microscopic metal ball, also discovered by Professor Wainwright and his team, was found to be spewing out fluid, presumably containing genetic material.
The latest find became further evidence of Professor Wainwright's theories about the existence of alien life in the immediate vicinity of Earth.
His work is supported by astrobiologist Chandra Wickramasinghe, who has long argued that we are not alone in the universe.
A separate report by Professors Wickramasinghe and Gensuke Tokoro of the Japanese Institute for the Study of Panspermia and Astroeconomics states that "extraterrestrial microbial life exists."
Professor Wickramasinghe said: “Since the turn of the millennium, an impressive body of evidence has accumulated that microbial life does exist outside of Earth.
Today, it is allowed to argue that comets and meteorites delivered the chemical building blocks of life to form the primordial soup from which life began on Earth about four billion years ago.
The idea of the origin of life on Earth "in a kind of primitive soup" is deeply rooted in the religious and scientific culture of the Western world.
We note that given the rapidly growing body of evidence that points to the existence of extraterrestrial life, it would be unwise to ignore the facts."
Erroneous ideas crippled science in the past, and this is repeated again with the "unshakable" idea of the emergence of life from the "soup". If we are not vigilant, this could happen again - we will cripple real science by denying the obvious, and this time the consequences for society and the economy could be more catastrophic."