• Astronomers don't know what's causing these weird radio waves from a nearby star

    4 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Bizarre radio signals seem to be coming from a small red star about 11 light-years from Earth, and astronomers aren't exactly sure what's causing them.
    The signals were first picked up in May by scientists at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico. The astronomers there were observing red dwarfs - small, cool stars that are usually about half the mass of our Sun - when they picked up some unique radio waves coming from a part of the sky where a star named Ross 128 is located. The pulsing signals appeared to be coming from deep space, possibly from the red dwarf. But the wave patterns don't...
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  • Weird Radio Signals Detected from Nearby Red Dwarf Star

    Weird Radio Signals Detected from Nearby Red Dwarf Star

    4 monthes ago - By Space

    Strange radio signals have been spotted coming from the vicinity of a nearby star - but don't get your hopes up that aliens are responsible.
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