Was it a signal from intelligent life in another solar system?
Or was the radio signal picked up in April 2019, and reported in December by several publications, just human-made interference, like all others have turned out to be so far?
Researchers at Penn State are among the scientists examining the signal detected by a radio telescope pointed at Proxima Centauri, our solar system’s nearest neighbor.
“It’s some sort of technological signal. The question is whether it’s Earth technology or technology from somewhere out yonder,” Sofia Sheikh, a graduate student at Penn State, who is leading a team studying the signal and trying to decipher its origin, told the New York Times.
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