Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Fast radio bursts

Astronomers observed the largest-ever set of mysterious fast radio bursts

The source represents more FRBs in one event than all previously reported occurrences combined.

Radio pulses from Crab Pulsar release far more energy than previously suspected

NASA’s NICER finds x-ray boosts in the Crab Pulsar’s radio bursts.

The first radio emission detected from exoplanet

This radio detection opens up a new window on exoplanets, giving us a novel way to examine alien worlds that are tens of light-years away.

First direct distance measurement to magnetar within our Milky Way Galaxy

A measurement that could help determine if magnetars are the sources mysterious Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs).

Astronomers found the exact location of four fast radio bursts

Fast Radio Bursts are very mysterious bursts of radio waves, coming from all over the sky. In just a millisecond, a single burst releases...

A mysterious repeating radio signal has been traced to a nearby galaxy

A mysterious repeating radio signal made astronomers to rethink their previous assumptions about how these signals are generated.

Detecting fast radio bursts in real time using AI

Five bursts were captured using the machine learning system and published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

Astronomers make history in a split second

For the first ever time, astronomers have detected the exact location of a powerful one-off burst of cosmic radio waves using CSIRO’s new Australian...

Scientists are closer to solving one of astronomy’s biggest mysteries

Fast Radio Bursts or FRBs are very short and extremely high-power bursts of radio energy that we detect in our telescopes here on Earth....

Strange repeating signals from the universe found for the second time

Astronomers for the second time have detected repeating signal coming from an unknown source in space. The signals are nothing but fast radio burst, only the...

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