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Observations were made with the 26 m paraboloid of the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory, low-noise receivers, and a three-level autocorrelation spectrometer
it is said that signals that were produced from old tv shows like 'I Love Lucy' or 'The Honeymooners' are still traveling through outer space and with the right equipment could be viewed
the research paper i posted was the data for Hale-Bopp which was about 2 AU away or more but the science learned from it can be applied to Elenin. I doubt that a 24meter dish is needed to observe the same results as was used for the study of hale-bopp.
the whole paper is discussing the observation that the COMA of a comet can AMPLIFY electromagnetic energy from an external source. i do not recall it saying that a lump of ice and rock did the amplification. Using a gas to amplify electromagnetic energy is not new: Carbon Dioxide Lasers for example. The only difference is that the gas surrounding a comet is operating along different frequencies hence the Microwave Amplifcation description.
Originally posted by chelley
reply to post by princeofpeace
I spent about 10 Minutes cleaning this up and here are the results ALIEN VOICE
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by XplanetX
So. USC doesn't have a radio telescope? They don't operate a radio telescope?
So why assign the possibility of any credibility to a youtube video (with a starviewer team stamp) which makes such a claim?
Oh, the SETI connection. SETI's California array is shut down.edit on 8/30/2011 by Phage because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Rightback
This is an audio recording already altered .
The original recording is here
Originally posted by StealthyKat
How do you suppose a ball of ice and rock could/would be able to send radio signals to us? It can't....it's a ball of ice and rock.
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by DragonFire1024
As far as I know comets were never thought to be 100% ice/water. The thing that has surprised astronomers from the Deep Impact missions is that the ice is not on the surface of comets. Instead the majority of the ice is contained within the comets. In a more recent study it has even been hypothesized that Comet Wild 2 contains liquid water.