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Astronomers detect 1,652 radio signals from unidentified cosmic object

An international team of astronomers detected 1652 radio signals from a mysterious cosmic source, in a distant galaxy, indicated Vice October 14. An international team of astronomers recorded, during 47 days, 1652 radio bursts coming from this unknown source. Bing Zhang, professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, and co-author of the study, explains that « this is the largest sample of bursts from a source of FRB collected to date ». FRB 121102 is the first source of repetitive radio signals ever detected.

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