Joined: 13 Nov 07
Hello, sorry i don't know where to post my question. and so i decided to make a new thread :-) Sorry about that.
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Joined: 19 Nov 00
I would think more likely RFI, but others will know better than me.
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Josef W. Segur|
Joined: 30 Oct 99
Those limits are certainly there to keep too many false signals caused by RFI out of the database. Computation error is very unlikely to cause the overflow, though possible. Another possibility is strong signals from a Pulsar, and we wouldn't be here if we didn't hope for signals from e.t....
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