Chinese scientists' claims that
their "Sky Eye" telescope could have picked up signals from intelligent aliens have been met with skepticism
Dan Werthimer told that narrow
-band radio signals he and his fellow researchers found "are from [human] radio interference, and not from extraterrestrials."
Natural sources don't
typically produce narrow-band radio signals. Scientists picked up three of these signals, seemingly from space
in 2019 & 2022 using the largest
radio telescope in the world — the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope, nicknamed "Sky Eye,"
Which was performing a
preliminary scan of exoplanets in preparation for an upcoming five-year-long sky survey.
The news of the signals
' possible alien origins first appeared in a report published Tuesday(opens in new tab)
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