When one of the signal bars stops ?

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Message 1064864 - Posted: 9 Jan 2011, 6:21:21 UTC
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Just now Sunday January 9th 12:05 A.M my seti signal stopped with an anomaly.

Doppler Drift Rate:46.8452 hz/sec Resolution 38.147 hz
New Pulse Power 1.08, period 0.6275 score 0.50

Data Info
FROM:1 hr 37' 39" RA +32 deg 42' 52" dec
Base frequency: 1.419208984

my BOINC connection is still on after running for 4 hr 22 min 42 sec

does this actually mean I'm not connected or have I picked up a signal?
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Message 1064932 - Posted: 9 Jan 2011, 12:12:15 UTC - in response to Message 1064864.  

An explanation of what the graphics show, can be found on these pages.

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