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If the truth is out there, it would be something that we have not yet been able to explain it.
The researchers have difficulties to explain how the determination of the number of flashing lights or patterns that have been observed over the past few decades. In a new study, published in the Astronomical Journal, suggested that it could be from a technologically advanced civilization of interstellar communication lasers.”
“The public health implications of the finding of these objects are not of the conventional astrophysics and fields to the more exotic, looking for evidence of technologically advanced civilizations,” the authors wrote in the study abstract.
A source is visible in the old picture (on the left, is seen as a bright source in the center of the square, is disappeared in a later panel (right hand side). By Villarroel et al. (2019). (Credit: Villarroel et al. (2019)
ALIEN LIFE COULD BE MORE COMMON THAN PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT, A NEW STUDY SAYS
However, it’s most likely to be the cause of some unexplained source, maybe it is the loss of a star is born.
“The finding of an actual disappearance of a star, a star that appears out of nowhere! — it would be a valuable discovery, and it would have been a new astrophysics than the one we are familiar with today,” said project leader Beatriz Villarroel, in a statement.
“However, we are clear that none of these events have shown that there is no immediate sign of a cd / dvd,” study co-author, with Martin Lopez Corredoira, has been added. “We believe that they are, of course, as a extreme astrophysical sources.”
This disappearance of the objects, are known as the “red transients”, and Beatriz Villarroel said: “there are more than 100 of them dying star-have been discovered. There are a total of 150,000 examples of these unexplained lights that have been discovered over the past few decades.
If the objects are in a “failed supernovae,” (when a star implodes to form a black hole, or the signs of a technologically advanced society, researchers need to help with the project, which is known as the Vanishing and Appearing of the Sources for close to a Century of Observations (VASCO), with only 15 per cent of the objects have been “thoroughly investigated,” according to the New York Post.
The researchers hope that the scientific community will be able to see them, to assist in the interpretation of these phenomena.
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“We hope to have the support of the community, in order to see the images as part of a citizen science project,” said one of the study’s co-author, with Lars Mattsson. “We are on the look out for ways to do that right now, and that is something that we will be able to talk more about that at a later point in time.”
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