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A telescope under an open dome. You can see stars outside. In front of the telescope, there is a desk with buttons, switches and lights.

In 1967, astronomers at the Observatoire de Haute-Provence in the south of France discovered potassium flashes while they were observing stars. But the laws of physics that were known at the time didn’t provide any explanation as to how a star could produce these flashes. Were there aliens trying to communicate with us?

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PhD, astrophysicist. I play with keyboards and telescopes whenever I can.