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  1. #1 Astronomer finds potential origin of the famous WOW! signal 
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    *The Wow signal lasted just 72 seconds and was 'unusual' and has yet to be traced
    *This led many to theorise the signal came from an intelligent alien civilisation
    *Amateur astronomer Alberto Caballero has been searching the Gaia catalogue
    *This catalogue contains details on 1.3 billion stars from around the universe
    *He found a Sun like star in the region of space the signal is known to originate


    Source: dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-8985997/Amateur-astronomer-traces-possible-source-notorious-WOW-signal.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by USer234 View Post
    *The Wow signal lasted just 72 seconds and was 'unusual' and has yet to be traced
    *This led many to theorise the signal came from an intelligent alien civilisation
    *Amateur astronomer Alberto Caballero has been searching the Gaia catalogue
    *This catalogue contains details on 1.3 billion stars from around the universe
    *He found a Sun like star in the region of space the signal is known to originate


    Source: dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-8985997/Amateur-astronomer-traces-possible-source-notorious-WOW-signal.html
    They also claim to have found life in the clouds of Venus but lost 85 percent of the universe.

    Ok sure
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