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Originally posted by Tuning Spork
My brain hertz. I haven't even thought of a new answer to try since breakfast.
We're on the clue:
RPM, "most interesting", 85200000000
[edit on 1-9-2006 by Tuning Spork]
This has been setup about 80 km North of Pune as a national facility for front-line research in radio astronomy in the frequency range 38MHz to 1420MHz
“It’s the most interesting signal from SETI@home,” says Dan Werthimer, a radio astronomer at the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) and the chief scientist for SETI@home. “We’re not jumping up and down, but we are continuing to observe it.”
Named SHGb02+14a, the signal has a frequency of about 1420 megahertz. This happens to be one of the main frequencies at which hydrogen, the most common element in the universe, readily absorbs and emits energy.
Originally posted by AGENT_T
“It’s the most interesting signal from SETI@home...
a frequency of about 1420 megahertz. This happens to be one of the main frequencies at which hydrogen...
Got the topic.just need the blummin right word or combination of words