Scientists Have Received a Mysterious Radio Signal

Scientists have received a very confusing radio signal. It is thought that this signal may originate from aliens.

Space is always thought of as an infinite space of unknowns, of curiosity, and everything that lives there causes a different excitement. Even when the aliens enter into the business, excitement comes to the peaks. Scientists have received a mysterious radio signal that will fuel this excitement. The low-frequency super-fast burst (FRB) lasted only 1 millisecond.


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Experts say this signal is the lowest radio frequency that goes beyond the Milky Way, and it seems that the source is extremely powerful. Other theories suggest that the signal, FRB 180725A, could stem from a black hole or even an alien civilization. These frequencies (FRB) were first discovered in 2007 and since then only about 24 have been received.


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The latest low-frequency super-fast burst was detected on July 25th by the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (Chime) telescope in British Columbia. Christopher Conselice, a professor of astrophysics at the University of Nottingham, said that exploring FRBs could lead to better understanding of what is causing them. The professor said: "We do not know the origin, it may be due to some things. Explosive stars may be exotic stars such as supernovae, pulsars, magnetars, neutron stars, or large black holes in the center of distant galaxies. There may be other physical mechanisms that we do not yet understand. "