Astronomers don't know what's causing these weird radio waves from a nearby star - The Verge


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Astronomers don't know what's causing these weird radio waves from a nearby star
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Bizarre radio signals seem to be coming from a small red star about 11 light-years from Earth, and astronomers aren't exactly sure what's causing them. The signals were first picked up in May by scientists at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.
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