Astronomers Detect Strange Signals from Red Dwarf Star – Scientific American

Scientists are using the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico to study red dwarf stars—a campaign that detected odd radio signals coming from the vicinity of the red dwarf Ross 128 on May 12, 2017. Credit: H. Schweikerm, NAIC, Arecibo Observatory

Strange radio signals have been spotted coming from the vicinity of a nearby star—but don’t get your hopes up that aliens are responsible.

On May 12, the 1,000-foot-wide (305 meters) Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico detected “some very peculiar signals” apparently emanating from Ross 128, a red dwarf star that lies just 11 light-years from Earth

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