Astronomers discover repeated radio signal from galaxy billions of light years away

The signal was detected by a radio telescope in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley in the summer of 2018.
0:30 | 01/10/19

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Transcript for Astronomers discover repeated radio signal from galaxy billions of light years away
Anyway if you believe the latest Intel Estrada last and we remain below yet they say a telescope. The size of a football field has picked up a new round of mysterious sounds coming from our sign our galaxy. Known at bats radio burst or have argued this is really the second time he's repeating at barbie's head as Carmen detected in some experts believe they could be evidence. A big bands to. Alien like its advantage by couldn't just couldn't other human X-Files steered me out again figures.

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