October 14, 2015

Alien Mega 'Dyson Sphere' Structure Found Surrounding A Star claims Astronomers

Researchers have revealed a 'bizarre' star they say could be surrounded by a huge alien mega structure.

KIC 8462852 located between two constellations Cygnus and Lyra and 1480 light-years away, was monitored by the Kepler Space Telescope for more than four years, beginning in 2009.

Now researchers say they cannot explain strange fluctuations in the light it emits - leading some to claim it could have a huge alien mega structure in front of it.


Jason Wright, an astronomer from Penn State University and specialized in searching for signatures of alien civilizations told the Atlantic “It looked like the kind of thing you might expect an alien civilization to build.”

“A Dyson Sphere constructed by an advanced alien civilization would be consistent with the findings.”

“A transit usually causes a star's brightness to dim by less than one percent, and on a periodic basis but this mysterious star has experienced huge dips in brightness, up to 22%, which simply could not be the result of a planet, and it doesn't seem to be occurring on any kind of cyclical basis. The light pattern doesn’t show up anywhere else, across 150,000 stars. We know that something strange is going on out there.”

Wright and his co-authors say the unusual star’s light pattern is consistent with a “swarm of mega structures,” perhaps stellar-light collectors, technology designed to catch energy from the star.

Wright admits that we should "approach it skeptically." But it is an undeniably strange astronomical phenomenon, so there may be an equally strange explanation.

 

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  2. Lets not get ahead of our selves. I am a believer, how ever there could still be many Many natural reasons for these findings which have nothing to do with alien involvement.
    Best to stick closer to home for the now, and concentrate on structures on mars, the moon, and mars moons etc.

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  4. People like getting excited. It's exciting to think about possibilities. This type of story may inspire the next generation to make important discoveries or figure out why KIC 8462852 light emissions fluctuate?

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