Signal sent from Mars to Earth for the first time: received in 16 minutes
Signal sent from Mars to Earth for the first time: received in 16 minutes, scientists sought people's help to decode it
For the first time, a signal has been sent from Mars to Earth. This signal was not sent by any alien but by the European Space Agency's ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO).
This signal was sent by TGO moving in the orbit of Mars at 9 pm on May 24, which was received on Earth 16 minutes later. This experiment was done under the 'A Sign in Space' project. The purpose of this project is that if a signal is sent to our earth from another planet or extraterrestrial civilization (aliens), then we will be able to receive it or not.
Signals sent from TGO were received by the Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia, the Medicina Radio Astronomical Station in Italy, the Allen Telescope Array in California, and the Very Large Array in New Mexico.
At the same time, Daniela de Paulis, a scientist at the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute (SETI) and chief of the 'A Sign in Space' project, said - We have always tried to find meaning in powerful and transformative events. Receiving signals or messages from extraterrestrial civilizations (aliens) would be a major transformative experience for the entire human race.
De Paulis, along with his team of international experts and space scientists, has sought help from people to decode this signal received from Mars. According to him, the process of decoding will reveal what is written in the signal or message sent to the earth.
At the same time, it is being said in some reports that De Paulis and his team have made another project to decode this signal or message. Also decoded the signal or message. However, it is not told what is written in it.