Life Beyond Our Solar System – Astronomers Detected Strange Signals Obtained From A Star 11 Light Years Away

January 19, 2018

This is news that confirms that there is life beyond our solar system. You would be traumatized to know that a expert team of astronomers has claimed to spot strange signals from a star 11 light years away.

The strange signals were noticed by veteran researchers from the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico. These astronomers are currently studying red dwarf stars in detail.

The team has expressed that they have observed inexplicable radio signals originating from a star on 12, May 2017. The name of star that has emitted strange signals is Ross 128.

The team has stated that there were some very unusual signals in the 10-minute dynamic spectrum that they obtained from the star called Ross 128. It can be seen clearly.

However, the team is still in state of confusion about the source of the mysterious signals. The astronomers have told that they do not have exact information about the origin of these signals but definitely the reason behind such strange signals could be explained by these three main possible causes:

The signals could be emissions from ‘Ross 128’ alike that of Type II solar flames.

The strange signal would have emitted from another object in the field of view of Ross 128.

The signal would have just busted from a high orbit satellite as low orbit satellites are fast to move out of the field of view.

However, the astronomers also informed that the signals were too dim for other radio telescopes in the world. It was currently under calibration. Out of the given three reasons for the occurrence of the strange signals, any one is responsible.

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