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Astronomers Excited Over Possible Alien Signals From Space

Published on November 30, 2015 by   ·   2 Comments

Astronomers are excited over possible alien contact as multiple signals detected from outside of our milky way

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Astronomers are excited over mysterious multiple radio signals emanating from outside of the Milky Way, which are already being heralded as the world’s first verified alien signals from space.

The “fast radio bursts”, including a “double signal”, have left astronomers baffled as to their origins as they analyse the data from the Parkes radio telescope in New South Wales, Australia.

One of the researchers who discovered the unique signals says that she believes the origin could be more amazing than anything recorded previously.

Emily Petroff from Swinburne University tweeted:  “We have no idea what’s going on, but we know it’s definitely something cool.”

Express.co.uk reports:

Fast radio bursts (FRBs) were first discovered from records in 2007, and we finally saw one in real-time last year.

However, there has never, until now, been a double blast.

They are quick-fire bursts of radio energy, originating from great distances away, and, as a result, must have contained a huge amount of energy.

The source remains a total mystery.

Seemingly similar readings which excited astronomers earlier this year called perytons at the time were later found to be coming from microwave ovens on Earth being prematurely opened in the canteens of observatories where observations were being taken.

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Readers Comments (2)

  1. Shamus Cass Shamus Cass says:

    Excited to be obliterated

  2. Well I’m for sure that we’re definitely not alone




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