China claims to have spotted signs of extraterrestrial civilizations

It’s been a big week in the UFO world, and now China has claimed to have spotted signs of extraterrestrial civilizations.

It comes after NASA announced it was forming a team to study Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), while Russia has also stepped up its UFO investigations after pilots reported sightings after UAP flights. test.

Now China has said its Sky Eye telescope may well have detected signs of extraterrestrial activity, Bloomberg reports.

The report is somewhat shrouded in mystery, after the state-backed Science and Technology Daily published it before later deleting it again.

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But that hasn’t stopped people from speculating on social network Weibo about the findings, which revolve around the narrowband electromagnetic signals detected by Sky Eye.

Among those named in the report are Zhang Tonjie, chief scientist of an extraterrestrial civilization research team founded by Peking Normal University, the National Astronomical Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the University of California. in Berkeley.

An explanation of why the report was later deleted has yet to be announced.

China Sky Eye: the largest single-dish radio telescope in the

However, the original findings focus on findings from Sky Eye, the world’s largest radio telescope, which began a search for extraterrestrial life in September 2020.

As the report attests, suspicious signals were detected in 2020, as well as another in 2022 – which was discovered while studying data from exoplanet targets.

The true cause and meaning of the signals have yet to be publicly revealed. However, as Zhang said, the Sky Eye is crucial in the search for extraterrestrial life in the universe.

This could all be a form of radio interference, but we like the idea of ​​indicating extraterrestrial life more.

It comes after the head of Russia’s Roscosmos space agency, Dmitry Rogozin, announced he would conduct studies into UFO reports based on accounts provided by pilots.

Speaking to the Rossiya-24 news channel, Rogozin said (translated from Russian to English) that the majority of the reports were later explained as “atmospheric and other physical phenomena”, but he did not not rule out the possibility that “we may be subject to some outside observation”.

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