CONTACT: Earth hit by mind-blowingly powerful radio burst for 10 secs from another GALAXY - Express.co.uk

MYSTERIOUS pulses of radio energy more powerful than 10,000 suns picked up by astronomers have now been linked to a dwarf galaxy discovered more than three billion light years away. By Vickiie Oliphant. PUBLISHED: 04:59, Fri, Jan 6, 2017 ...

Astronomers Pinpointed The Location Of Multiple Weird Radio Bursts Beyond Our Galaxy - Gizmodo Australia

Fast radio bursts, powerful pulses of radio energy of unknown cosmic origin, are a source of endless fascination to astronomers and alien conspiracy theory fodder to everybody else. But while most FRBs discovered to date are one-off events — a single ...

Fast radio burst tied to distant dwarf galaxy, and perhaps magnetar - Science Daily

Date: January 4, 2017; Source: University of California - Berkeley; Summary: Since first detected 10 years ago, fast radio bursts have puzzled astronomers. Unlike pulsars, they flash irregularly, most only once, and only for milliseconds. And they seem ...

The Truth is Out There! Mystery Radio Signals Tracked to Distant Galaxy - Sputnik International

Astronomers announced that they have located the galaxy that a series of mysterious deep space radio signals, known as Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs), are originating from. The dwarf galaxy, some 3 billion light years from Earth and less than 1/100 the size ...

Kate Becker: Astronomers track mysterious radio bursts to distant dwarf galaxy - Boulder Daily Camera

It's like a celestial light show gone berserk. Tremendous bursts of radio waves popping off at random all over the sky, lightning-fast, blindingly bright. For 10 years, these flashes, known as fast radio bursts (FRBs), have stumped scientists, leaving ...

The Mystery of Astronomy's 'Fast Radio Bursts' Only Gets More Beautiful From Here - WIRED

Billions of years ago, an unknown object sent a seriously bright burst of radio waves into space. They traveled across the universe, past galaxies and clouds of gas and who knows what else. And in 2012, the burst arrived at the Arecibo radio telescope ...

Newfound Source of Mysterious Cosmic Bursts Poses Deeper Enigmas - Scientific American

This composite visible-light image from Gemini Observatory reveals a faint, faraway dwarf galaxy thought to be the source of the fast radio burst 121102. Credit: Gemini Observatory, AURA, NSF, NRC. Advertisement |. Report Ad. Until 10 years ago, radio ...

What Gave Rise to the FRB Monster Wave? - Highland Mirror

Scientists, for the first time, have traced a tremendously intense, bright blinding out-burst of radio wave termed as FRB. According to the findings, these cosmic flashers have had quite a humble beginning. What Is FRB? You may wonder what exactly FRB is.

'Alien' Radio Signal Linked To Young Neutron Stars In Dwarf Galaxy - Tech Times

Fast Radio Bursts have been thought of as signals sent by extraterrestrial life. Using radio telescopes, researchers linked one particular burst, the FRB 121102, to young neutron stars in a far away dwarf galaxy. ( Jawed Karim | Wikimedia Commons ).

Astronomers: Mysterious Radio Waves Traced to Galaxy 3 Billion Miles Away - Newsline

Scientists finally traced back the strange radio waves that puzzled them for ten years. They traced the fast radio signal or what scientist called FRB 121102 to a dim, dwarf galaxy three billion light-years away. The astronomer at Cornell University ...

Alien contact? Radio signals from space - Blasting News

Aliens, a powerful star, or a big black hole? Researchers presented evidence this week that pinpoints the location of radio signals that have baffled scientists for the last decade, leading to theories about their source.

Mysterious Radio Signal Bursts Tracked To Dwarf Galaxy - Huffington Post

Thrilled scientists have finally traced the deep space source of mysterious bursts of powerful radio signals to an intriguing dwarf galaxy more than 3 billion light-years from Earth. “Now our objective is to figure out why that happens,” said one of ...

Mystery Cosmic Waves Traced to Distant Galaxy - Newser

(Newser) – Astronomers searching for the origins of a mysterious blast of radio waves have solved the puzzle: a tiny galaxy billions of light years from Earth, Space reports. So-called FRBs (fast radio bursts) twinkle in the sky for only a millisecond ...

Mystery Radio Waves Are Coming From A (Dwarf) Galaxy Far, Far Away, Scientists Say - NPR

Unexplained, short radio bursts from outer space have puzzled scientists since they were first detected nearly a decade ago. The elusive flashes — known as fast radio bursts, or FRBs — are extremely powerful and last only a few milliseconds. The way ...

Fast Radio Bursts From Space Have Been Traced Back To Their Origin, But Their Cause Is Still Super Mysterious - Bustle

Fellow amateur astronomers, get ready to have your minds blown. Fast radio bursts (FRB) from space — the short-lived, incredibly powerful bursts of radio waves that have fascinated scientists and UFO enthusiasts alike since they were first detected in ...

Scientists pinpoint source of mysterious space signals. But what are they? - Christian Science Monitor

Fast Radio Bursts, or FRBs, have been detected since 2007 but they're really hard to spot. A recent study of the only known repeating FRB has pinned down its origin: a dwarf galaxy 3 billion light years away. Monitor's Best: Top 5 ...

Powerful Radio Signals Are Coming From a Galaxy Three Billion Light-Years Away - Futurism

For the first time, researchers have pinpointed one source of fast radio bursts (FRBs), very brief flashes of energy from space that can generate as much energy as 500 million suns. Because FRBs are only found emanating from places billions of light ...

Scientists trace mysterious radio waves to a small, faraway galaxy - New York Post

Astronomers have located the origin of mysterious radio waves that have baffled them for a decade. The fast radio burst, or FRB 121102, has been traced to a faint, dwarf galaxy three billion light-years away. “It's an incredibly, tiny, nondescript ...

In a first, scientists trace cosmic radio burst to tiny galaxy - RedOrbit

Ever since they were first discovered in 2007, Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) have baffled astronomers, but now, a new study has revealed one source of the signals – a distant galaxy more than 3 billion light years away. FRB are strong, quick bursts of radio ...

Fast radio bursts traced back to galaxy 3 billion light years away - Belfast Telegraph

Fast Radio Bursts, or FRBs, have only been heard 18 times and have been a puzzle to scientists since they were detected in 2007. FRBs are powerful but very short radio waves, which last no more than a millisecond. The first was found by Australia's ...