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Bayer DesignationChi Sagittarii
J. R. Ehman J. D. Kraus
HI hydrogen line electromagnetic radiation spectral line
I didn't realize that I had so much to cover when I started on Line 10 which went from one video to three so make sure you watch 10a, 10b, 10c and 11a 11 b first.
Wow! signal (1420.356 MHz and 1420.4556 MHz) are the same distance apart to the hydrogen line
The bandwidth of the signal is less than 10 kHz (each column on the printout corresponds to a 10 kHz-wide channel; the signal is only present in one column).
Jan 13 2012 956 pm est
On Video # 40 I show where I think the Maya's planetary location might be.
ALIENS Mayas Planet 22h 31m 57.0s Pegasus Homam M15 HD 209458 Quasar GR2148+11 WOW SETI Radio Signals
22h 31m 57.0s = Mayas Planetary Location
Estimation by The Idea Girl Says Youtube
.13 degrees 48' 13.5"
Images from Google SKY
DSS Consortium SDSS NASA ESA
Look at how close they are!
Right ascension 19h 25m 16.5s
Declination -24° 30' 31"
Maya Planetary Location (UFO)
Right ascension 22h 31m 57.0s
Declination 13 degrees 48' 13.5"
The WOW Signal is North West of the Maya Planetary Location estimation.
Compare it with this (Alien Telescope Radio Transmission) picked up by Ivan Warren who works at the Institute of Radio Astronomy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. More details are on Video # 41 : QUASAR RADIO SPACE TRANSMISSION UKRAINE GR2148+11 ALIEN Mayas Pegasus M15 Homam Planet
Radio Quasar Transmission
RA: 21h48m32s± 8s
DEC: 11.96 °± 0.03°
The Radio Transmission is between WOW and the Maya Planetary Location Estimation.
A travelling UFO could do this signal or a planet?
Cool eh? :)
So from this data we can assume that ALL ALIEN Radio Telescope Transmissions from this region using 1420.40575177 MHz. hydrogen line should be compared from all peoples from around the world.
You can all start by noting these Quasar signals on GOOGLE SKY and start a chat forum on the internet and compare your data and see what you get. :)
Jan 13 2012 1024 pm est
After doing some more digging into the links and data that came up from this search I have finally seen what Spectrum looks like and how they use it to determine the chemical composition of a planet to find out if it's habitable or not.
I've pulled out some quotes on the right here to show you what's "important" from this data.
First we learn the importance of spectral lines found in stars and planets.
Then we find out that gases produce spectral types of lines which determine what the temperature of that planet or star is...
We learn there are cold and warm gases out in the universe in this spectrum.
When an object passes through light we can evaluate it's spectrum.
You find elements in the spectrum.
Learning about the chemical composition of the stars and planets from the spectral lines gives us more clues as to whether its habitable or inhabitable.
Like in the Kepler Planetary Star Region found by the Kepler Satellite in late 2011 and early 2012. Thousands of habitable planets the twin of Earth are discovered.
I just found out that SETI uses this frequency when it sends it's signals out to the stars and planets in search of Alien life forms.
1420.4 MHz (pi times 1420.40575177 megahertz = 4.46233627 gigahertz; vacuum wavelength 21.10611405413 cm in free space.
quoteThis wavelength or frequency falls within the microwave radio region of the electromagnetic spectrum, and it is observed frequently in radio astronomy, since those radio waves can penetrate the large clouds of interstellarcosmic dust that are opaque to visible light.
The microwaves of the hydrogen line come from the atomic transition between the two hyperfine levels of the hydrogen 1s ground state. The frequency of the quanta that are emitted by this transition between two different energy levels is given by Planck's equation.