Not long ago, China’s state media made a big claim that the giant Sky Eye telescope has succeeded in catching signs of life beyond Earth. According to a report by the state-backed Science and Technology Daily, China’s state media has now deleted its report, describing it as a ‘discovery’.
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The narrow-band electromagnetic signal detected by the world’s largest radio telescope Sky Eye (pictured) differs from those previously captured and the team is investigating them further, the report cites Zhang Tonjie, Chief Scientist of Search for an Extraterrestrial Civilization has given. Beijing Normal University, the National Astronomical Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the University of California have jointly discovered this extraterrestrial civilization.
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However, the suspicious signal could also be some kind of radio interference and this requires further investigation. It is also unclear why the report was apparently removed from the website of the science and technology daily, the official newspaper of China’s Ministry of Science and Technology, although the news has already started trending on the social network Weibo. After all, other media outlets started publishing this news prominently. There has been no response from China so far regarding the removal of the report.
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In September 2020, Sky Eye, which is located in China’s southwestern Guizhou province and measures 500 meters (1,640 ft) in diameter, officially began the search for extraterrestrial life. According to the report, Zhang Tonjie said the team processed data collected in 2019 and detected two sets of suspicious signals in 2020, and another suspicious signal in 2022 from observational data from exoplanet targets.
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