‘PECULIAR’ RADIO SIGNALS EMERGE FROM NEARBY STAR
Miami, US - Some very ‘peculiar signals’ have been noticed coming from a star just 11 light-years away, scientists in Puerto Rico say.
The mystery has gripped the Internet as speculation mounts about the potential for a discovery of alien life on the red dwarf star known as Ross 128 - despite the best attempts of astronomers to put such rumours to rest.
Astronomers say that the bursts are likely the result of one of three possibilities: They could be emissions similar to solar flares or emissions from another object in the field of view of Ross 128. A third possibility might be a burst from a high orbit satellite.