This spectrograph image was captured by the Lovell Telescope at the Jodrell Bank Observatory on the 23rd of November 2013. It is a Transmission of unknown origin and is similar to ones observed on the 15th of June 1979 (FAC 10) and 28th of November 1967 (LGM-1).
It originated from a planet in a distant galaxy located somewhere in the constellation of Vulpecula, and had the magnitude of a massive exploding star.
Originally it had been mistakenly identified as a radio pulsar but on closer inspection irregularities in the wave form point to a more alien origin.
Moments after the original readings were viewed on the oscilloscope the planet mysteriously disappeared.
This represents the moment all 13 Doctors rescued Gallifrey by hiding it in a pocket universe.
As this image is based on Joy Division’s cover to their album Unknown Pleasures, designed by Pete Saville. The image on the cover was taken from the original scientific paper that documented the discovery of the first pulsar LGM1 (Little Green Men 1) in 1967.