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Group of researchers detect ’radio bursts’ from distant group of stars

Group of researchers detect ’radio bursts’ from distant group of stars

A group of researchers say they have detected radio bursts that originated in the constellation Boötes, according to their study published in the scientific journal Astronomy & Astrophysics. The researchers made their discovery thanks to the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR), a radio telescope in the Netherlands.

Blake Cole
Blake Cole
MIDESSA
MIDESSA 1 months

The aliens are coming! Who are you kidding if an alien species with the tech required for long distant space travel were to suddenly appear our nutjob species would try to attack them.

Stefnir
Stefnir 1 months

Hey if we're lucky we'll meet them in like 1000 years

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 1 months

Probably just the Bobiverse practicing with a new form of low frequency Sudar pulses. It's fine.

Hernan
Hernan 1 months

I just keep on thinking about the Dark Forest theory and are they the apex predators hiding behind those metaphorical trees?

Matt
Matt 1 months

Well there's been a decent bit of evidence coming out in the last few years suggesting aliens have already visited us and according to a couple of former foreign space program officials they're waiting until we stop bashing each other's heads in before they fully reveal themselves

Jackson
Jackson 1 months

Distant alien civilization: babe come over - America: can't, I'm destroying socialist democracies - Distant alien civilaization: my parents aren't home and I have oil - America: *develops space force*

Doug Star
Doug Star 1 months

FYI: In astronomy, any of various objects in the universe emit relatively large amounts of radio waves. Nearly all types of astronomical objects give off some radio radiation, but the strongest sources of such emissions include pulsars, certain nebulas, quasars, and radio galaxies.

D-Sense
D-Sense 1 months

I’d like to know if this has been corroborated by other radio telescopes besides the one in the Netherlands???

k
k 1 months

Next thing you know there’ll be Boötes on the ground.

Peter
Peter 1 months

Maybe they can send their version of Netflix to us

Mike Hunt
Mike Hunt 1 months

Great!!... Now what??

ken taro
ken taro 1 months

dont quasars emit radio waves in a way?

Billy
Billy 1 months

Well I kind of expected something like this the way 2020 had been going.

Carla
Carla 1 months

👽 👽 👽

I matters
I matters 1 months

I met them in the year 2085...they were nice cows.

Benjamin
Benjamin 1 months

When can we start watching alien tv shows?

Jennifer
Jennifer 1 months

Wow, that is very intriguing, can’t wait to see what info that leads to next

Jason
Jason 1 months

This has been going on for about 10 years now in millisecond long bursts, just as a side note

R.
R. 1 months

Radio translation: "Your mom is fat"

Zayne de Jager
Zayne de Jager 1 months

BS!

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