An interesting article from the UK Express about indeterminate signals from space. Enjoy!
Since 1989 astronomers when Voyager 2 flew past Neptune and measured its gravity field, astronomers have known that the blue giant harbors a secret world inside.
British astronomers have given an answer as to why humanity has been unable to find traces of other, extraterrestrial, civilizations: what if they simply self-annihilated long before we started looking for them? Fortunately, even given such a scenario, traces of their destruction could still be observable.
. . . What if the extraterrestrial civilizations annihilated themselves long before we actually started attempting to find them?
Adam Stevens, Duncan Forgan and Jack O’Malley James used the Earth as a test case in order to categorize the potential scenarios for complete civilizational destruction, quantify the observable signatures that these scenarios might leave behind, and determine whether these would be observable with the current technology or technology which might be available in the near future. . . .
. . . The astronomers therefore analyzed various ways that humanity could destroy its own civilization, and the observational signatures these events may produce. . . .
Object 2014-28E â Space junk or satellite killer? Russian âUFOâ intrigues astronomers
By Sam Jones
Â Â Â It is a tale that could have come straight from the cold war. A mysterious object launched by the Russian military is being closely tracked by western space agencies, stoking fears over the revival of a long-defunct Kremlin project to destroy satellites.
For the past few weeks, amateur astronomers and satellite-trackers in Russia and the West have followed the unusual manoeuvres of âObject 2014-28Eâ in the skies, watching it guide itself towards other Russian space objects in a pattern that appeared to culminate last weekend in a rendezvous with the remains of the rocket stage that launched it. . . .
. . . The US military is now tracking it under the Norad designation 39765. . . .