China claims to have received alien signals, then deleted news!!! What is China hiding?





China detected signals from aliens:

Humans have always been fascinated by aliens and alien civilizations. It is now being systematically explored with the help of science. Space research institutes from different countries are working day and night for this. Many radio telescopes around the world are staring at the sky. But now, China has claimed that it has mostly found signals from aliens.



The Chinese media deleted the news after the world's largest radio telescope, Sky Eye, in China, claimed to have found extraterrestrial signals in China.

Signals from Alien Civilizations: New Delhi: Humans have always been fascinated by aliens and alien civilizations. It is now being systematically explored with the help of science.


Space research institutes from different countries are working day and night for this. Many radio telescopes around the world are staring at the sky. But now, China has claimed that it has mostly found signals from aliens. According to the Chinese government-sponsored Science and Technology Daily, China has said that its giant Sky Eye telescope may have intercepted or detected signals from aliens. Earlier, China published a report on the matter, but later it appeared that the report and the post had been deleted.

The world's largest radio telescope:

Sky Eye - Narrow-band electromagnetic signal detected by the world's largest radio telescope



The report from China said they are different from the signals found earlier, and the team is investigating them further.


The report quotes Zhang Tonji, chief scientist of the Extraterrestrial Civilization Search Team, co-founded by Beijing Normal University with the National Astronomical Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the University of California at Berkeley.


News first published then removed:

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Science and Technology Daily But the news had already started trending on social networks and was picked up by other media. This included the Chinese government's media.



Sky Eye Research:

Sky Eye is the world's largest radio telescope in the southwestern Chinese province of Guizhou. The telescope is 500 meters (1,640 feet) in diameter. In September 2020, the Sky Eye telescope officially launched the search for outer life. While processing the information collected in 2019, the team found two sets of suspicious signals in 2020 and another in 2022 from observation data of exoplanet targets, Zhang said.



Zhang said that China's Sky Eye is extremely sensitive to low-frequency radio bands and plays a key role in the search for aliens. However, suspicious signals can also hinder some radio waves, which requires further investigation, he added.



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