Mysterious cosmic radio signal spotted unusually close to Earth

Another 20 fast radio bursts (FRBs) have been observed by astronomers from Swinburne University of Technology in Australia. The astrophysical mysteries—brief, bright flashes of radio waves that last a few milliseconds—are thought to […] The post Fast Radio Bursts Shine Light on Celestial Web appeared first on Geek.com.

Astronomers reveal 20 new Fast Radio Bursts

A new radio telescope increases the number of mysterious high powered emissions from beyond the galaxy. Andrew Masterson reports.

Wed 10 Oct 18 from Cosmos Magazine

'Alien' fast radio bursts found extremely close to Earth

Researchers at Swinburne University of Technology in Australia are behind the find and they say the object responsible for the signal must be within 100 million light years or so.

21 hours ago from Daily Mail

Scientists are spotting deep space radio wave bursts at faster rates

Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are brief but incredibly intense flashes of radio waves that originate outside of our galaxy, and these milliseconds-long bursts of light are rather mysterious ...

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Engadget

We’ve seen more fast radio bursts, but still don’t know what they are

A survey shows that the lone repeating instance is a real exception.

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Ars Technica

Mysterious deep-space flashes: 19 more 'fast radio bursts' found

A huge haul of newfound fast radio bursts (FRBs) may help astronomers finally start to get a handle on these mysterious and powerful blasts from deep space.

Thu 11 Oct 18 from FOXNews

Astronomers Confirm Earth Is Being Bombarded with Ancient, Invisible Energy from Another Galaxy

The brightest lights you cannot see are bombarding Earth from another galaxy, and they could be signs of aliens.

Wed 10 Oct 18 from Livescience

Australian researchers DOUBLE the number of known fast radio bursts

Australian researchers have discovered a bevvy of brief but powerful bursts of radio waves. Among the 19 signals observed were some of the closest and brightest FRBs ever detected.

Wed 10 Oct 18 from Daily Mail

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