Talk:Wow! signal

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No stars in the region ?[edit]

In every article or forum on the net and media about this "wow signal" it is stressed that there was nothing (or no stellar objects) in the calculated probability area in direction from where it came from, however, on the image on this wiki page that gives two possible solutions represented as red ellipses, ..well, at least I see (that is if my eyes are still healthy at this age I hope..) ..umm, a tiny dot inside each ellipse!? Is it? On the bottom of one ellipse, and near the middle of the other.. So, what distant stellar objects are those two? I tried matching this wiki image to stellar map but could not define the objects position. If those dots are stars, have there been, with recent advances in technology, attempts to classify those stars for possibility of planetary system, ..any spectrometry data etc. ? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 109.182.80.250 (talk) 00:36, 25 September 2014 (UTC)

Bear in mind that the ellipses are wider than they would be if drawn to scale. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 92.2.211.93 (talk) 22:00, 20 October 2014 (UTC)

Firstly, please sign your contribution. Secondly, the caption to the diagram already states that the ellipses are not drawn to scale. Thank you, David J Johnson (talk) 22:12, 20 October 2014 (UTC)