Brian Cox investigates a potential alien signal πŸ‘½ 😲 – BBC

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    Professor Brian Cox visits the people who run SETI – the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence – and investigates whether we once received a signal from another planet. This signal has never been seen again and is now infamously called the β€œWOW” signal.

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