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September 01, 2016
'Strong signal' stirs interest in hunt for alien life
Washington (AFP) Aug 29, 2016
A "strong signal" detected by a radio telescope in Russia that is scanning the heavens for signs of extraterrestrial life has stirred interest among the scientific community. "No one is claiming that this is the work of an extraterrestrial civilization, but it is certainly worth further study," said Paul Gilster, author of the Centauri Dreams website which covers peer-reviewed research on deep space exploration. The signal is from the direction of a HD164595, a star about 95 light-years from Ear ... read more

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