ASKAP J173608.2-321635 is the name of an object in the center of the Milky Way that last fall emitted unusual signals received by an Australian radio telescope.The radio waves do not match any known type of source and may come from a new kind of star. RADIOTERRESTRICA flips the perspective. It receives the signals from Earth on this same distant star and, in turn, sends a radio mobile on a journey to Earth, where it lands in Europe - an entity of nearly 50 states with almost as many languages, many more dialects, and a variety of sounds that seems hitherto unknown on other stars.



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