Alien search detects radio signals from dwarf galaxy 3bn light years from Earth

Radio pulses that may be from black holes are picked up by Stephen Hawking’s Breakthrough Listen project or, some speculate.

15 repeated radio pulses coming 3 billion light years have been discovered by astronomers.

The origin of the signals, called radio bursts that are quickly, is unknown. Some have proposed they might be emanating from neutron stars with magnetic fields or holes. There is A possibility that they’re beacons from spacecraft.

Approximately two dozen radio bursts have been detected. Only one of those sources was observed to replicate because they last only a few milliseconds and radio telescopes can track a small area of the sky at any given time.

The source was found in 2012 and resides in a dwarf galaxy about light years.

Although what this suggests about the origin of these events is not clear — now 15 signals are observed from the source and at a greater frequency compared to the signs.

“As well as confirming that the origin is in a recently active condition, the high resolution of the data obtained by the Listen tool enables measurement of the properties of the mysterious bursts in a greater precision than ever possible before,” said Breakthrough Listen postdoctoral researcher Vishal Gajjar, who discovered the greater activity.