Strange Signals Coming From a Star, 11 Light Years Away

Strange Signals Coming From a Star 11 Light Years Away

     Astronomers say they have detected “strange signals” coming from the direction of a small, dim star located about 11 light-years from Earth.
By David Mosher
Business Insider
7-15-17

Researchers picked up the mysterious signals on May 12 using the Arecibo Observatory, a huge radio telescope built inside of a Puerto Rican sinkhole.

The radio signals appear to be coming from Ross 128, a red dwarf star that’s not yet known to have any planets and is about 2,800 times dimmer than the Sun.

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