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08.31.16
SETI's 'unusual signal' most likely came from Earth
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SETI's 'unusual signal' most likely came from Earth

Additional analysis has ruled out the possibility that it was sent by an alien civilization.

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08.30.16
SETI researchers investigate an unusual signal
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SETI researchers investigate an unusual signal

It's probably not a hint of aliens, but it's strong enough to raise eyebrows.

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06.07.16
New algorithm may lead to a picture of an actual black hole
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New algorithm may lead to a picture of an actual black hole

It stitches data gathered by the Event Horizon Telescope.

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06.06.16
The Arecibo radio telescope is in trouble again
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The Arecibo radio telescope is in trouble again

Low funding could shut it down entirely or transfer control to someone else.

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08.11.15
Galaxy studies show that the universe is slowly dying
08.11.15

Galaxy studies show that the universe is slowly dying

We hope you weren't dead-set on keeping this universe, because a new galaxy study shows that it's going to die... eventually.

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07.09.13
Murchison Widefield Array goes live, will study the sun, space junk, the early universe and more
07.09.13

Murchison Widefield Array goes live, will study the sun, space junk, the early universe and more

We hope IBM's hardware is ready to chew through the feast of data it's going to receive, as the Mu...

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10.05.12
Australia Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder goes live as the world's quickest radio telescope
10.05.12

Australia Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder goes live as the world's quickest radio telescope

Australia's Shire of Murchison is quickly becoming a hotbed for radio telescopes. As of of Friday,...

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