Scientists point telescopes at 'strong signal' from HD 164595 - UPI.com
UPI reports: "Astronomers are turning their telescopes to a very strong signal coming
from a star about 94 light years away in the constellation Hercules.
Scientists with the Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence (SETI) are
following up on a signal recently detected by a Russian telescope at the
foot of the Caucasus Mountains. The signal was coming from a star named
HD 164595. Researchers are trying to identify the signal's origin. [...] Scientists don't know yet what made the signal the Russians detected,
but theories about the star system 94 light years away are already being
Comment: If this signal was so impressive, why didn't they report it last year when they found it?