fast radio bursts
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.
“This is the big breakthrough that the field has been waiting for since astronomers discovered fast radio bursts in 2007.”
New research suggests the origins of one of astrophysics' greatest mysteries.
Harvard astronomers take on some enticing what-if scenarios.
Fast radio bursts may have a quite mundane explanation.
The distant radio flashes of FRBs are yet to be fully explained.
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