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alberto91

Amateur astronomer traces potential origin of the WOW! Signal

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  • This catalogue contains details on 1.3 billion stars from around the universe
  • He found a Sun like star in the region of space the signal is known to originate

Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-8985997/Amateur-astronomer-traces-possible-source-notorious-WOW-signal.html

Ps.: I'm the author of the paper, feel free to ask me anything 

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14 hours ago, alberto91 said:

I have read your paper on Arxiv but I can't say I'm convinced. Has it been submitted to any peer review journals? Also, what feedback have you had from reliable sources?

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the universe is immense strange and mysterious........the WOW signal must be a noise of some kind of star .....or even the fact of stellar explotion.👽.

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