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Objects of Civilization of the Second and Third Types

Evgeni Nikolaevich Terentiev1,*, Fedor Vasilievich Shugaev1,  Nikolay Evgenievich Shilin-Terentyev2

1Department Mathematical Modelling and Informatics, Faculty of Physics, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia.

2EPAM Systems, Moscow, Russia.

*Corresponding author: Evgeni Nikolaevich Terentiev

Published: May 6,2023

Abstract

The authors personally knew N.S. Kardashev, communicated with him at the meetingon the problems of the Radioastron orbital telescope in April 2007. It turned out that by applying the Mathematical Microscope (MM) to the analysis of astronomical objects, we encountered objects that are now difficult to explain. We assume that these are objects of Civilizations of the Second and Third type according to Kardashev (1964). The work demonstrates objects, which we called Dyson Eggs and Dyson Cells. We don't want to fantasize about isolated objects like "suitcases with handles" in Third Type Civilizations that are hundreds of light years across. Apparently, the time has come for high-precision measurements of data from telescopes with analysis on MM and with a discussion of the results by specialists.

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How to cite this paper

Objects of Civilization of the Second and Third Types

How to cite this paper:  Evgeni Nikolaevich Terentiev, Fedor Vasilievich Shugaev,  Nikolay Evgenievich Shilin-Terentyev. (2023) Objects of Civilization of the Second and Third Types. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computation7(1), 128-136.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jamc.2023.03.013