Scientists trace mystery ‘alien signals’ to distant galaxy

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Message 1767493 - Posted: 25 Feb 2016, 14:28:30 UTC

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Was any of our work used to trace this signal?

https://www.rt.com/news/333551-alien-signals-radio-space/
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Message 1767575 - Posted: 25 Feb 2016, 21:13:24 UTC

No, the telescopes used to locate the signal are not used by SETI@Home.
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Message 1767628 - Posted: 26 Feb 2016, 0:13:16 UTC

They already know it's not a signal from ET. Just a couple of neutron stars bouncing off each other.

Whoops I should have made a spoiler alert for anyone who didn't check it out already.
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