Astronomers have received signals that may come from extraterrestrial civilizations

(ORDO NEWS) — Chinese astronomers using the FAST telescope received signals from space that may come from alien civilizations.

The FAST telescope is called the “Heavenly Eye” in China. The head of the Chinese Extraterrestrial Civilizations Research Group, Professor Zhang Tongjie, said that with the help of the device it was possible to catch signals that may belong to aliens.

According to him, the researchers aim the telescope at the radiation of exoplanets (similar in characteristics to Earth) and, using special computer programs, weed out those that are of natural origin from the received signals.

As a result, three “suspicious” signals remained, which scientists from China are now trying to decipher.

“Most likely, these are signals not from the depths of space, but from a planet orbiting our Earth, only on the other side of the Sun,” said ufologist Valery Uvarov.

The existence of such a planet, inhabited and similar to the Earth, is no longer a secret for all specialists involved in space. Studying signals from space is a preparation for contact with that planet.

Ufologist Nikolai Subbotin noted that there are already several programs to search for signals from extraterrestrial civilizations. The most famous, SETI, has been operating for over 60 years. But there are no openings yet.

“Of course, many want to believe that we are not alone in the Universe, and purely mathematically, even in our galaxy there should be many planets suitable for life. At the same time, there are many objects in space that can emit seemingly intelligently constructed signals – say, quasars, pulsars, black holes…

And the main question is not even to find signals from real aliens, but what to do with do this then? Our civilization has not yet reached the level of development necessary for communication with other species, as they say, cosmic understanding.

We still think in selfish categories and do not perceive that the mind in space can develop in completely different directions,” Subbotin noted.

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