China's top-secret spacecraft left in orbit is giving signals. The Russian radio amateur Dmitry Pashkov managed to fix them.
According to the radio amateur, he was looking for signals from a Chinese apparatus on different bands. They managed to find them only after 7 days. After processing a huge amount of data, the autosearch system issued a notification about two notifications. Pashkov began to monitor the device and soon discovered a new data transmission at a frequency of 2280.000 MHz with a channel width of 4000 kHz. The specialist noted that the signal is intermittent, but quite stable. This may indicate that the pulses come from the satellite, but this can only be verified after a while. You can learn more about signal search on the radio amateur's website.
The Chinese spacecraft was launched into space on September 4 using the Changzheng 2F launch vehicle. Two days later, he successfully landed on Earth. Experts believe that the development of Chinese scientists may be an analogue of the secret American shuttle known as the “X-37B”.