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Tuesday, August 9, 2016

There is an alien structure in our galaxy?

One of the most unusual stars in our galaxy, KIC 8462852, is astronomical attention in recent months.

The star is 1,480 light years away from our planet. This sparked the interest of researchers in October when they were discovered unusual fluctuations of light.

In the new study has found that light intensity has decreased dramatically in recent days. Astronomers Montet Ben and Joshua Simon from the Carnegie Institution have discovered the star's light intensity measured by Kepler during the fourth mission. In the early years, the light intensity was decreased by 0.34% each year. Then intensity dropped dramatically, by 2.5% in 200 days, before returning to its intensity bland.

Astronomers have investigated another 500 stars in its neighborhood, but found none like this. ,, The part that surprised us was how quickly and how that change nonlinear. We spent a long time convincing us that it is not real, '' said Montet.

'' These results show a new part of the puzzle impressive ment, '' said the r \ ndul they Tabetha Boyajian. In some theories, it was suggested that decreasing light intensity is caused by a mega alien. The project started on May 18 by the researcher at Yale University, Tabetha Boyajian, accumulated investment amount of $ 100,000 This project aims to investigate the mysterious stars in the galaxy.

Kepler probe monitored the star for four years, assisting in two dramatic incidents in 2011 and 2013, when starlight fell dramatically. When a planet orbits a star, its brightness decreases by one percent. But KIC 8462852, nicknamed Tabby's star, suffered a 22% reduction, which means that a huge object moves around them.

The most remarkable aspect of these fluctuations is made up of hundreds of light gaps that occur over a period of 100 days, indicating that an impressive number of irregular objects passed before the star and blocked temporarily light.

Researchers monitored the star to see what objects produce these forms ..

One of their theories relate to or more satellites or solar panels which surround a star formation known as a Dyson swarm. In a study in which they use information collected by NASA's Spitzer Telescope it was suggested that changing light intensity can be affected by a swarm of comets. In a study published last month it has been stated that the signals are caused by Halley's comet breaking 30 who blocked the starlight.

Observations researchers will continue, but so far no evidence has been found to decrease the brightness deliberately.

Source: dailymail

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