Australian scientists discover mysterious signals from the universe

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Using radio telescopes, Australian researchers detected powerful waves known as radio bursts.

The mysterious signals have almost doubled and represent the fastest explosion ever detected, writes the journal Nature.
Although strong waves were observed in 2007 – “fast radio bursts” – scientists have noted this time that their number is now twice as large.

Using new technology we have proven that the fast radio bursts come from the other side of the universe, and not from our own galaxy,” explained Ryan Shannon, a professor at Swiburne University of Technology, who led the research.

We have recorded 20 high-velocity explosions in one year, almost double the number recorded worldwide in 2007,” he added.

Fast radio downloads are common but considered one of the most natural in the universe.

Flashes of extraordinary energy travel for billions of years and are equivalent to the amount the Sun produces in 80 years.

They last for a few moments and come from an unknown source, and are very difficult to catch.
When it comes to display and transmission, Harvard scientists believe it could be a leak from large transmitters from spacecraft.

On the other hand, some experts suggest that they are emitted by intelligent beings. Among many theories, researchers say it could be black holes or dense stars that have collided with each other.

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