Solved a 40-year-old mystery of a strange radio signal from space
In August 1977, from space to Earth came a radio message from aliens. Precisely at that time, so many thought. The signal was detected by astronomer Jerry Ayman while working on the radio telescope “Big ear” Ohio state University. Listening to the radio was part of the SETI project, and at that time, the telescope was directed towards the group of stars Chi of the constellation Sagittarius. Scanning the sky, Ayman caught a 72-second burst of radio waves. After a quick analysis, he circled the data on it in a circle and signed it as “Wow!”. So the signal got its name.
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