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The Wow! signal was a strong narrowband radio signal received on August 15, 1977, by Ohio State University's Big Ear radio telescope in the United States, then used to support the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. The signal appeared to come from the constellation Sagittarius and bore the expected hallmarks of extraterrestrial origin.

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In 1977 an Ohio astronomer looking for alien life spotted a radio signal so strong that he excitedly wrote 'Wow!' next to the data. But it turns out the signals were caused by a pair of comets.

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What was the signal received in 1977? Was it a cryptic message from an alien civilization? In 1977, radio astronomer Jerry Ehman was looking through observation data from the Big Ear Radio Telescope.

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The Wow! signal was detected by the Ohio State University Radio Observatory (also known as Big Ear) on August 15, 1977. The signal was so pronounced in the data, and so similar to a radio signal rather than a natural source, that SETI scientist Jerry R. Ehman circled it on the computer printout in red ink and wrote "Wow!" next to it.

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In 1977, the sound of extraterrestrials was heard by human ears for the first time — or so people at the time thought. The Wow! Signal was detected by astronomer Jerry Ehman using Ohio State ...

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What Was The Wow Signal? The Most Interesting Signal SETI Has Ever Seen - Duration: 5:22. Fraser Cain 94,168 views

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The messages are intended as a response to what's called the Wow! signal, an intriguing radio signal detected on Aug. 15, 1977 that some thought was a call from extraterrestrials. The 72-second ...

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The Wow! signal was detected by a radio telescope in Ohio in 1977 as a 72 second-long burst of powerful radio waves during a project searching for signals from intelligent extraterrestrial life.

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The ‘Wow!’ signal. Is this extraterrestrials or comets? Photograph: Big Ear Radio Observatory and North American AstroPhysical Observatory (NAAPO). Way back in 1977 something amazing happened ...