Strange radio signals came from unknown constellations outside of the solar system

Scientists still do not have a complete clue as to where the unknown is hidden in the dark alleys of space. In simple words, where there is a mysterious thing in our universe, people have not been able to fully identify it even for millions of years.

Meanwhile, this time a strange radio signal came to the earth from an unknown world, a different constellation outside the solar system. Which has created a great stir among astronauts.

The world’s most powerful radio antenna has recently captured 19 different radio signals simultaneously on the world’s most powerful radio antenna. Meanwhile, whether it is Mars or any other planet, human beings have long been curious to know whether life exists anywhere other than Earth.

On the other hand, with the advancement of space science, the triumph of man has gradually progressed. And the way to know the unknown and to know the unknown has become so easy. New discoveries have been unveiled. And that’s where astronauts are finding direction.

Growing curiosity In this situation, the radio signal coming from the Vine Nakshatra assembly has created a new atmosphere of curiosity. The question is again, but what is the signal of life? But is there a sign of life elsewhere besides the earth? According to sources, these new radio signals have recently been captured in the world’s most powerful radio telescope Low-Frequency Array (LOFAR). It is in the Netherlands.

A team of experts from the Dutch National Observatory, a new horizon to be unveiled, has already begun intensive research on the subject. Researchers at the University of Queensland are also conducting research. However, scientists have not yet been able to recover the meaning of this mysterious signal. However, it goes without saying that this step is going to have a far-reaching impression on the study of radio signals in space research.

Dr. Benjamin Pope, one of the leaders of the research team, is seeing a lot of new hope in this new discovery. Earlier, astronomers were able to detect only the closest stars in stable radio emissions, such as Proxima Centauri, which is only four light-years from Earth, but now the new discovery will reveal more new directions, according to Benjamin.