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More than 1,600 transient radio signals generated by a single source can be detected in deep space in just 47 days

Since their discovery in 2007, fast radio explosions (FRBs) have fascinated and fascinated the scientific community. An international team of scientists claims to have made the discovery in just 47 days 1,652 fast radio explosions (FRB) comes from a hitherto unidentified source in deep space Research Published this week in the journal Nature. At present, the nature of this Nigo source source is unknown, as scientists have not found any indication of periodicity in the FRBs released, meaning it is not a rotating compact object.

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