It was noteworthy that China published a report stating that there was evidence of extraterrestrial life in its official scientific establishment. While this resounding report was immediately taken down, scientists claimed to have detected artificial radio signals with China’s largest radio telescope, FAST. Chinese researchers claimed to have found evidence of the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations.
According to the news on the state-sponsored Science and Technology Daily site, it has been published that the country’s giant telescope Sky Eye has captured the traces of alien civilizations.
It was seen that the report in question was removed for a short time. The narrowband electromagnetic signals discovered by Sky Eye, the world’s largest radio telescope, are unlike any captured so far.
It is stated that the team is examining these signals more closely. China’s Spherical Aperture Radio Telescope (FAST), also known as Sky Eye, has officially begun its alien hunt.
FAST’s new mission is to probe deep space and find radio signals that could provide evidence of extraterrestrial life.
According to the report, it was stated that these signals discovered in 2020 may be artificial. This means that the artifact was produced by someone else in space.
China said its giant Sky Eye telescope may have picked up signs of alien civilizations, according to a report from the state-sponsored Science and Technology Daily.
According to the report, while the team was processing data collected in 2019 in 2020, the two teams detected suspicious signals. The team also found another suspicious signal from observation data of exoplanet targets in 2022.
Sky Eye in China is extremely sensitive in the low frequency radio band and plays a critical role in the study of alien civilizations. However, experts also say that the signals in question may be radio interference.