Interesting WU

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posted on May, 30 2004 @ 12:53 AM
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Got a rather interesting WU. So far I have only completed 61% of it and I already have 6 spikes, 2 pulses, 1 triplet and 1 gaussian. Seems to be some kind of repeating transmission, maybe from some sattelite. It stops halfawy through and restarts, as if in a cycle. The only question is what kind of sattelite is out in the middle of the Vulpecula constellation? It's pretty much smack in the middle of the constellation from what I can tell. Not trying to say I found aliens or anything just wondering why we would put a sat way out in the middle of that constellation. I have an audio file where I filtered out all the static and interference through an envelope based on the the spikes, gaussians, pulses, and triplets. I can't post the audio file but if someone wants a copy I can send one for you to listen to (it's pretty cool). Or if someone knows a way I can upload it here or on another site and then link please let me know. Heres a SS of SETI Spy of what I have so far. I figured I would just type the text info below to save memory for the SS of the spectrogram.

Ok heres the other info-

Recorded: 1/29/2003 7:02:54 PM UTC
Position: 19h 39' 52" RA, +25 38' 24" Dec, 0.596 AR
Nearest Constellation: Vulpecula
Source: Arecibo Radio Observatory-Line Feed
Base Frequency: 1.420976563 GHz
Strongest Peak: 23.18
Best Triplet: 8.51
Best Gaussian: score:0.27, power:1.36, fit:4.97
Best Pulse: 1.06

Spikes-
1. Power: 89.39, Score: 0.349, Signal Ratio 22.347, Resolution: 0.149, Frequency: 1420977904.05, Time: 3.46, Drift Rate: -7.0170
2. Power: 176.93, Score: 0.646, Signal Ratio 22.117, Resolution: 0.075, Frequency: 1420983316.45 Time: 19.87, Drift Rate: -5.9227
3. Power: 180.07, Score: 0.653, Signal Ratio 22.508, Resolution: 0.075, Frequency: 1420983316.37, Time: 19.87, Drift Rate: -5.9208
4. Power: 44.59, Score: 0.047, Signal Ratio 22.296, Resolution: 0.298, Frequency: 1420985619.12, Time: 48.38, Drift Rate: 45.6954
5. Power: 182.54, Score: 0.659, Signal Ratio: 22.818, Resolution: 0.75, Frequency: 1420983332.32, Time: 87.26, Drift Rate: 3.9466
6. Power: 185.44, Score: 0.666, Signal Ratio 23.180, Resolution: 0.075, Frequency: 1420979071.63, Time: 87.26, Drift Rate: 10.6808

Triplets-
1. Power: 8.510, Score: 8.510, Period: 3.431, Resolution: 152.588, Frequency: 1420978393.55, Time: 34.56

Pulses-
1. Power: 3.941, Score: 1.012, Resolution: 152.588, Period: 1.337, Frequency: 1420981750.49, Time: 98.5
2. Power: 1.753, Score: 1.057, Resolution: 305.176, Period: 0.172, Frequency: 1420983581.54, Time 54.43

Gaussians-
1. Peak Power: 1.48, Fit: 4.966, Score: 0.231, Resolution: 1.192, Signal Ratio: 1.359, Frequency: 420984792.71, Time: 26.84, Drift Rate: -7.0983

[Edited on 30-5-2004 by Lythium]




posted on May, 30 2004 @ 12:55 AM
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Ok heres the spectrogram. I had to break the spectrogram into four parts to make it fit. Beloww each pic is the time span of each section. To get a better idea of what your looking at click here


0:00-0:33


0:33-1.04 The signal stops at 0:51 and restarts at 0:54


1:04-1:36


1:36-1:47


[Edited on 30-5-2004 by Lythium]





 
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