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Maya UFO Aliens Contact Earth Alpha Hydri FRBs 843 MHz SN1987A Hydra

May 3, 2017

Maya UFO Aliens Contact Earth Alpha Hydri FRBs 843 MHz SN1987A Hydra
the idea girl says
comparing notes… for your FRBs to give you some answers 843 mhz, google search brings up same areas where the communication signals are coming from for many years to EARTH…

1423/843= 1.688 0189 7983

Title: Computation of Elements of Eclipsing Binary Stars by High-Speed Computing Machines.
Authors: Huffer, C. M. & Collins, G. W., II
Journal: Astrophysical Journal Supplement, vol. 7, p.351 (1962)
Bibliographic Code: 1962ApJS….7..351H

http://adsabs.harvard.edu/full/1962ApJS….7..351H

other articles of interest

dorado is close to hydra

dorado is next to hydra, another star system that’s sending signals..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorado

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Radio Supernova 1987A at 843 MHz

Lewis Ball, D. F. Crawford, R. W. Hunstead, I. Klamer, V. J. McIntyre
(Submitted on 1 Nov 2000)
We report the flux densities of the evolving radio source SN1987A at 843 MHz measured from observations made with the Molonglo Observatory Synthesis Telescope between 1994 September and 2000 May. The radio light curve shows that the rate of increase of the flux density jumped markedly around days 2800-3000 (i.e. in the first half of 1995), and that since then the radio evolution has been remarkably well fitted by a simple linear increase of (62.7 +- 0.5) microJansky/day. We discuss in detail the relationship between the radio light curve and the recent brightening of the system at optical wavelengths.

https://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0011033

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The first interferometric detections of Fast Radio Bursts

M. Caleb, C. Flynn, M. Bailes, E.D. Barr, T. Bateman, S. Bhandari, D. Campbell-Wilson, W. Farah, A.J. Green, R.W. Hunstead, A. Jameson, F. Jankowski, E.F. Keane, A. Parthasarathy, V. Ravi, P.A. Rosado, W. van Straten, V. Venkatraman Krishnan
(Submitted on 29 Mar 2017)
We present the first interferometric detections of Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs), an enigmatic new class of astrophysical transient. In a 180-day survey of the Southern sky we discovered 3 FRBs at 843 MHz with the UTMOST array, as part of commissioning science during a major ongoing upgrade. The wide field of view of UTMOST (≈9 deg2) is well suited to FRB searches. The primary beam is covered by 352 partially overlapping fan-beams, each of which is searched for FRBs in real time with pulse widths in the range 0.655 to 42 ms, and dispersion measures ≤2000 pc cm−3. Detections of FRBs with the UTMOST array places a lower limit on their distances of ≈104 km (limit of the telescope near-field) supporting the case for an astronomical origin. Repeating FRBs at UTMOST or an FRB detected simultaneously with the Parkes radio telescope and UTMOST, would allow a few arcsec localisation, thereby providing an excellent means of identifying FRB host galaxies, if present. Up to 100 hours of follow-up for each FRB has been carried out with the UTMOST, with no repeating bursts seen. From the detected position, we present 3σ error ellipses of 15 arcsec x 8.4 deg on the sky for the point of origin for the FRBs. We estimate an all-sky FRB rate at 843 MHz above a fluence Flim of 11 Jy ms of ∼78 events sky−1 d−1 at the 95 percent confidence level. The measured rate of FRBs at 843 MHz is of order two times higher than we had expected, scaling from the FRB rate at the Parkes radio telescope, assuming that FRBs have a flat spectral index and a uniform distribution in Euclidean space. We examine how this can be explained by FRBs having a steeper spectral index and/or a flatter logN-logF distribution than expected for a Euclidean Universe.

https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.10173

the FRB is at 843 mhz

Small Magellanic Cloud

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Small_Magellanic_Cloud

Alpha Hydri

hydrus

google to see map
3117 BC, i.e. a line running from the star alpha in Hydrus to the star …

https://books.google.ca/books?id=A7MKwOWT0zgC&pg=PA161&lpg=PA161&dq=3117+BC,+i.e.+a+line+running+from+the+star+alpha+in+Hydrus+to+the+star+…&source=bl&ots=32ufAoQDBH&sig=OaWQUdY2Ca4R4LptWXGpu-ZZbmc&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjw2vqX4tTTAhUGxYMKHQr6BdsQ6AEIKDAA#v=onepage&q=3117%20BC%2C%20i.e.%20a%20line%20running%20from%20the%20star%20alpha%20in%20Hydrus%20to%20the%20star%20…&f=false

LEXILINE JOURNAL: April 2006
https://lexiline.blogspot.com/2006/04/
Apr 29, 2006 – Figure 3 shows that the temple was set in the larger structure at a slight …. Note that this has nothing to do with studying things like the Dresden Codex. … 3117 BC, i.e. a line running from the star alpha in Hydrus to the star …

http://lexiline.blogspot.com/2006/04/

Hydrus mayan

OXKinTOK

https://books.google.ca/books?id=A7MKwOWT0zgC&pg=PA369&lpg=PA369&dq=Hydrus+mayan&source=bl&ots=32ufAoQAEH&sig=zpZVbuuAvIlZLL6Tj8REWKm66f4&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjZg5mX4dTTAhVj7oMKHcN0DmIQ6AEIODAE#v=onepage&q=Hydrus%20mayan&f=false

maya talk about hydrus… where they have left earth and gone to live on other planets.. i believe they are the ones trying to contact earth just like the WOW! SETI Signal 6EQUJ5 binary coded messages…

Hydrus

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A Bright Millisecond Radio Burst of Extragalactic Origin
D. R. Lorimer1,2,*, M. Bailes3, M. A. McLaughlin1,2, D. J. Narkevic1, F. Crawford4
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Science 02 Nov 2007:
Vol. 318, Issue 5851, pp. 777-780
DOI: 10.1126/science.1147532
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Pulsar surveys offer a rare opportunity to monitor the radio sky for impulsive burst-like events with millisecond durations. We analyzed archival survey data and found a 30-jansky dispersed burst, less than 5 milliseconds in duration, located 3° from the Small Magellanic Cloud. The burst properties argue against a physical association with our Galaxy or the Small Magellanic Cloud. Current models for the free electron content in the universe imply that the burst is less than 1 gigaparsec distant. No further bursts were seen in 90 hours of additional observations, which implies that it was a singular event such as a supernova or coalescence of relativistic objects. Hundreds of similar events could occur every day and, if detected, could serve as cosmological probes.

http://science.sciencemag.org/content/318/5851/777

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