The Deep Space Discovery That Still Puzzles Scientists

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Published on 15 Jun 2022, 18:00
In the late 1970s, a discovery unlike any other was made by a volunteer working in the Ohio State University Radio Observatory. This discovery remains the strongest possible evidence of life beyond Earth, even today. In this episode of Haunting History James Troup explores the history behind the mysterious Wow! Signal, possible theories surrounding it and other space oddities.

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MUSIC
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STILLS
Carl Sagan
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Atomic Scientists
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Telescope
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A radio telescope control room.
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Sombrero Galaxy. Creator: Nasa.
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Radio Telescope
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Listening for Intelligent Life
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Ears of Radio Telescope, 1958
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7/23/98 - SLUG: FI / SKISHOP - PHOTOGRAPHER: TOM ALLEN - TWP - 811 Russell Avenue- Gaithersburg, Md.
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UFO
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Flying Saucer for Tourists
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'UFO'
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VIDEO
1950 black and white close up clock hands starting at 10:00 and speeding around for twelve hours
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The importance of researching the sun and its energy are laid out by Isaac Asimov
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A cartoon depicts radio waves coming from space and being received by satellite dishes.
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1969: NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY: HD: CU Radio waves marking on chart. VS Converted gun carriage, TU Dish w/ radio telescope pointed upward. MS Male going over printout, CU Radio waves marking on chart. TU WS Sky, TD WS Radio telescope.
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1971: ASTRONOMY
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Milky Way Galaxy
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1968: EARLY COMPUTERS: HD: CU Digital numerals, numbers changing on console, CU Data printing on paper, mathematic models. 1960s, technology, science, research.
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Slow motion low angle UFO hovering over building
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Data printouts and computers in the 1970s
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1978 wide shot UFO flying through night sky
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1968: SOLAR RESEARCH: HD: VS Scientist, astronomer in laboratory examining printed black & white images of eclipse, solar corona. Astronomy, solar physics, science.
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Gauges monitor radio waves from outer space a on control panel.
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Research laboratory. Multi ethnic team discussing the course of experiment. Completing the graphs on the highlighted table
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EXTERNAL CREDITS
James Troup
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