Mysterious No Soap Radio Signals Detected by Astronomers

Mysterious No Soap Radio Signals Detected by Astronomers


“We don’t get it,” said astronomers at the CHIME observatory, located in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley, which consists of four 100-metre-long, semi-cylindrical antennas, which scan the entire northern sky each day.

The telescope only got up and running last year, and already scientists have stumbled upon a major discovery.

“Apparently an alien hippo and an alien elephant were showering together, in a galaxy far from ours,” explained head astronomer P. Rankington. “The hippo said, ‘Pass the soap.’ And the elephant responded, ‘No Soap Radio.’”

Some astronomers laughed at the joke, which revealed them to be fakers. Other astronomers were in on the prank but laughed anyway, to provide realism.

In another section of the observatory, the telescope picked up a real radio signal message from an alien civilization, but the astronomers didn’t notice because they were too busy working on their next prank — the interstellar Olympic sit-up.

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