Radio source SHGb02+14a unexplained space signal


Radio source SHGb02+14a is another space enigma!

It’s a creepy signal from the unknown and has an overly complicated name that most people can barely say off the top of their heads, let alone remember.

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Though its potential for being an extraterrestrial signal was highly exaggerated by the New Scientist, in 2004 radio source SHGB02+14a was found to be the only persistent signal from the best 200 candidates recorded by the Arecibo radio telescope and detected by the SETI@home project at the time.

The signal was detected between Pisces and Aries constellations, without any nearby stars in that vicinity. It’s frequency is around 1420 megahertz – a principal frequency that hydrogen readily absorbs and emits energy. Some scientists have theorized that it’s a frequency that aliens may use.

Though it’s been dismissed by SETI as a potential extraterrestrial transmission, its origins remain unidentified…

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