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Astronomers scramble as ‘alien megastructure’ star dims again

 
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Astronomers scramble as ‘alien megastructure’ star dims again
Astronomers scramble as ‘alien megastructure’ star dims again

The most famously weird star in our galaxy is acting up again. On Friday, 19 May, Tabby’s star began to dim, carrying on a history of mysterious dips in brightness. Astronomers are scrambling to point as many telescopes as possible at the star, which is 1,300 light-years away in the constellation Cygnus, to decipher its strange signal

[link to www.newscientist.com (secure)]
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They should create a law making it illegal for stars to behave in such ways, that way if we ever make it there we can give them a bill for their illegal activities
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Re: Astronomers scramble as ‘alien megastructure’ star dims again
Its just an portal to our solar system, don't be afraid.
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Its just an portal to our solar system, don't be afraid.
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"A" before vowels. "An" before consonants, unless it sounds like a vowel.

a house
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Its just an portal to our solar system, don't be afraid.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70261627

"A" before vowels. "An" before consonants, unless it sounds like a vowel.
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Oops, spelling police fail.

chuckle

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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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Re: Astronomers scramble as ‘alien megastructure’ star dims again
5* and pine it!
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We need to pew pew some laser lights that way. See if they pew pew back.
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Re: Astronomers scramble as ‘alien megastructure’ star dims again
Its just an portal to our solar system, don't be afraid.
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"A" before vowels. "An" before consonants, unless it sounds like a vowel.

a house
an apple
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The examples are right anyway
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Re: Astronomers scramble as ‘alien megastructure’ star dims again
Been following this interesting story for sometime now, at only 1,300 light years away, would Hubble be able to pick anything up?

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Re: Astronomers scramble as ‘alien megastructure’ star dims again
Astronomers scramble as ‘alien megastructure’ star dims again

The most famously weird star in our galaxy is acting up again. On Friday, 19 May, Tabby’s star began to dim, carrying on a history of mysterious dips in brightness. Astronomers are scrambling to point as many telescopes as possible at the star, which is 1,300 light-years away in the constellation Cygnus, to decipher its strange signal

[link to www.newscientist.com (secure)]
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Damn alien Global Warming.

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