‘Alien megastructure’ mystery returns as inexplicable flashes begin again 

‘Alien megastructure’ mystery returns as inexplicable flashes begin again 

 

‘Alien megastructure’ mystery returns as inexplicable flashes begin again — RT Viral

 

 

 

 

 

The so-called ‘Alien megastructure’ star, which has been puzzling astronomers and the public alike since it was first discovered in 2011, is once again emitting mysterious light patterns leaving science geeks in a tizzy.

Astronomers have been pondering what makes the star, with the catchy name of KIC 8462852, dim and flicker so drastically for years. Thankfully it started doing so again Friday with astronomers being able to view the phenomenon in real time.

KIC 8462852, also known as ‘Tabby’s Star,’ lurks at the far reaches of our Milky Way galaxy, around 1,300 light years away in the constellation Cygnus.

 

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