fast radio bursts
A constant, repeating pattern from billions of light years away was detected by the CHIME large radio telescope.
The discovery of a fast radio burst (FRB) that is only the second of its kind was “a big surprise” said one scientist.
A key signature in the light of fast radio bursts could help identify the sources of these enigmatic flashes from deep space.
The unidentified radio source could be a type of dead star that’s never been observed before.
Never-before-obtained observations of a periodic fast radio burst revealed surprising results that have upended expectations.
The CHIME collaboration announced the detection of 535 fast radio bursts (FRBs), the biggest haul from a single survey ever.
Scientists discovered that so-called "giant radio pulses" coincide with X-rays, suggesting they are hundreds of times more energetic than previously thought.
What astronomers found in the most precise time measurement of a fast radio burst ever captured.
It turns out that the first fast radio burst (FRB) ever found in the Milky Way is not a one-off.
"This new burst that we detected is about 1,000 times brighter than any other radio burst ever seen from a magnetar.”
The repeating burst is coming to us in an unexplained 157-day cycle, astronomers discovered, and its active phase should be starting now.
Scientists have discovered the first fast radio burst that beats at a steady rhythm, and the mysterious repeating signal is coming from the outskirts of another galaxy.