resolution of 1220.703 Hertz and a score of 1.01 is this unusual? lol

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Message 1780011 - Posted: 18 Apr 2016, 3:40:26 UTC

the resolution says 1220.703 Hertz and a score of 1.01 is this unusual?
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Message 1780015 - Posted: 18 Apr 2016, 4:12:27 UTC - in response to Message 1780011.  

also period says 16.2529 and goes higher
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Message 1780059 - Posted: 18 Apr 2016, 8:28:48 UTC

All we are doing is screening for "interesting" results, that is something that is not noise and not known natural. After us comes a second process that is meant to collate data from the same "spot" in the sky and see it the results repeat. Anything that falls out from this stage would be subject to a much more intensive investigation.
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Message 1780081 - Posted: 18 Apr 2016, 13:02:18 UTC

Also, when interested in what everything on the screen saver means, there's an explanation here: http://seticlassic.ssl.berkeley.edu/screensaver/index.html
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