SETI Survey of Vela Region Finds No Signs of ET Intelligence

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Article by News Staff                                 September 8, 2020                              (sci-news.com)

• Astronomers searching for technosignatures of advanced extraterrestrial civilizations using the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope (in Western Australia) published their findings in a paper that appears in the Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia. “The MWA is a unique telescope, with an extraordinarily wide field-of-view that allows us to observe millions of stars simultaneously,” said Dr. Chenoa Tremblay, an astronomer at the CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science.

• Dr. Tremblay and her colleague, Professor Steven Tingay from the Curtin University node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (in Perth), searched for narrow-band radio signals consistent with radio transmissions from six known exoplanets and 10,355,066 stellar systems in the Vela region of our Milky Way Galaxy.

• “The telescope was searching for powerful radio emissions at frequencies similar to FM radio frequencies, that could indicate the presence of an intelligent source,” said Dr. Tremblay. “We observed the sky around the constellation of Vela for 17 hours, looking more than 100 times broader and deeper than ever before.”

• “Even though this was the broadest search yet,” said Professor Tingay, “… we found no technosignatures – no sign of intelligent life.” “[E]ven though this was a really big study, the amount of space we looked at was the equivalent of trying to find something in the Earth’s oceans but only searching a volume of water equivalent to a large backyard swimming pool.”

• “Since we can’t really assume how possible alien civilizations might utilize technology, we need to search in many different ways,” said Professor Tingay. “Although there is a long way to go in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, telescopes such as the MWA will continue to push the limits – we have to keep looking.”

[Editor’s Note]   I’m certain that many of these astronomers working with SETI are unaware that SETI is a Deep State front whose purpose is to make sure that scientists and astronomers do not find any intelligent extraterrestrials. The game is rigged to maintain the Deep State’s seventy-five year psyop, convincing the public that there is no such thing as UFOs and there are no extraterrestrial beings anywhere near here, when the exact opposite is the truth. I wonder how these unwitting scientists and astronomers are going to react to the imminent disclosure of the ubiquitous presence of advanced extraterrestrial beings and civilizations everywhere; that they have been lied to by their superiors; and that they themselves have been promoting Deep State disinformation all of this time.

 

     Dr. Chenoa Tremblay

Astronomers using the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope have searched for technosignatures —

       Steven Tingay

indicators of advanced extraterrestrial civilizations — in six known exoplanets and over 10 million stellar systems in the Vela region of our Milky Way Galaxy. But in this part of the Milky Way at least, it appears alien civilizations are elusive, if they exist.

“The MWA is a unique telescope, with an extraordinarily wide field-of-view that allows us to observe millions of stars simultaneously,” said Dr. Chenoa Tremblay, an astronomer at the CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science.

Dr. Tremblay and her colleague, Professor Steven Tingay from the Curtin University node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research, searched for narrow-band signals consistent with radio transmissions from six known exoplanets (HD 75289b, HD 73526b, HD 73526c, HD 70642b, DE0823-49b and KELT-15b) and 10,355,066 stellar systems in the Vela region.

“The telescope was searching for powerful radio emissions at frequencies similar to FM radio frequencies, that could indicate the presence of an intelligent source,” she explained.

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