SETI Signals being looked at in Germany
Photo of the 300 ft Effelsberg Radio Telescope
We have now uncovered the location of the observatory in Europe the engineer, now known as Paul Dore, referred to in an early announcement. Unnamed sources within the scientific community have told us that it is the Effelsberg Radio Observatory in Effelsberg, Germany. This observatory has a 100 meter (or 300ft) dish, 10 times larger than what Paul used to make the initial discovery. It is also the largest steerable radio telescope in Europe. Two astronomers from the observatory who do not want their names reaveled before next weeks press conference are supposed to be gathering data as we speak and the the trio are to present their discovery to the public next week in London.