The work unit presented on this page contains strong signals in the left part of the coordinate plane whereas the rest of the plane is filled with noise. The calculation time for this work unit amounted only to 3 minutes 20.7 seconds. Then the calculation stopped because of an overflow of the memory capacity which the client program provides for the storage of interesting signals. The calculation found 204 peaks and 1 pulse. The third image shows a step in the area of the noise.
The origin of the signals is certainly a source on Earth because we have Doppler drift rates near zero.
Signal | number | strongest signal | |
Gaussians | 0 | ||
pulses | 1 | max. score: 1.139 | drift rate: 0 Hz/s |
triplets | 0 | ||
spikes | 204 | max. power: 89.945 | drift rate: 0 Hz/s |
Overflow after | 3m 20.7s |
CPU time: 0h 2m 12.0s, Doppler drift rate: 0.0111 Hz/s |
CPU time: 0h 2m 43.8s, Doppler drift rate: 0.0314 Hz/s |
CPU time: 0h 3m 1.1s, Doppler drift rate: 0.0425 Hz/s |
CPU time: 0h 3m 20.7s, Doppler drift rate: 0.0536 Hz/s (stop of the calculation) |
The seeming origin of the signals is a point in the constellation Orion (denote by "ESIG series").
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Bernd Fiedler, 11.09.2022 |