Posted by: GW7AAV | April 18, 2010

Mysterious radio waves emitted from nearby galaxy

Mysterious radio waves emitted from nearby galaxy – space – 14 April 2010 – New Scientist

“A bright spot of radio emission emerged over only a few days, quite rapidly in astronomical terms. Since then it has done very little except baffle astrophysicists. It certainly does not fit the pattern of radio emissions from supernovae”.

“The new source has hardly changed in brightness over the course of a year, and its spectrum is steady.”

“Yet it does seem to be moving – and fast: its apparent sideways velocity is four times the speed of light.”

ET calling home?
Klingon Bird of Prey off the starboard bow Captain?
End of the Universe or what?

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