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Strange FM signal discovered coming from one of Jupiter’s moons

Por: New York Post Tech January 13, 2021

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NASA recently extended the life of two of its planetary discovery missions, including the Juno mission to Jupiter. Now it’s come to light Juno has discovered an FM signal emanating from one of the gas giant’s moons, Ganymede. The discovery is not an indication of extraterrestrial life, but it is fascinating nonetheless, given it’s the first time it’s been discovered coming from the celestial satellite. “It’s not E.T.,” Patrick... + full article



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