Their "star life" hypothesis is merely a fascinating what-if scenario than how could scenario.
I should start a 'What If Monkeys Could Fly Outta My Butt' thread.
Nearly 300 new lifeforms discovered living in deep-sea volcano's scalding jets
Pentagon tracking out-of-control Chinese rocket that could reenter Earth's atmosphere
The Chinese Long March 5B rocket is expected to enter Earth's atmosphere "around May 8," according to a statement
from Defense Department spokesperson Mike Howard, who said the US Space Command is tracking the rocket's trajectory.
The rocket's "exact entry point into the Earth's atmosphere" can't be pinpointed until within hours of reentry, Howard said,
but the 18th Space Control Squadron will provide daily updates on the rocket's location through the Space Track website.
The rocket was used by the Chinese to launch part of their space station last week. While most space debris objects burn up
in the atmosphere, the rocket's size -- 22 tons -- has prompted concern that large parts could reenter and cause damage if
they hit inhabited areas.