A relic, a fossil, and a halo are among the bizarre features that defy existing theories, according to a new study.
The discovery of a fast radio burst (FRB) that is only the second of its kind was “a big surprise” said one scientist.
Odd Radio Circles (ORCs), which stretch across more than a million light-years, have perplexed scientists for years.
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.
The newly discovered signals flash for weeks at a time and can stop in just a day, a pattern that has no clear explanation.
Never-before-obtained observations of a periodic fast radio burst revealed surprising results that have upended expectations.
A new Odd Radio Circle (ORC) appears to span a million light years, and contains a clue that could explain these ghostly structures.
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.
The radio emissions traveled 13 billion light years to Earth and are the most distant ever detected.
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