Astronomers have detected brief energy bursts from outer space. Second time in history, after putting under observation. The energy radio signals are emerging outside our big Milky Way galaxy. The first time when they were detected was not clearly known by the scientists but they say it could be from a powerful force outside our galaxy. The ultra-brief repeating energy bursts according to some scientists suggest, Alien Life.
The Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) are the millisecond-long radio wave pulses which are mostly unknown to us. The scientists who are busy studying this phenomenon by referring various sources and books and reports are expecting a powerful Astrophysical Phenomena.
Astrophysical itself suggests that it might have originated from a Star’s physical forms or stages. This might be coming from billions of light years away from our Galaxy. The star-based theory gives an alternative for these signals, saying that they might be from a black hole or super-dense neutrons colliding with each other.
Some other scientists and professors from the reputed Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics, are positing sides with outlandish theories. That including the signals are proof of evidence for Incredibly Advanced Alien Technology.
A Canadian team of astronomers who were searching for these FRBs have already published a journal on this matter. The whole group together have worked on it, and have detected 13 of the flashes from space. They have used a new type of Radio Telescope to detect and capture these radio signals.
Out of all the FRBs which get detected, numbered 60 till date, this one type of FRB got repeated for the second time. That means it came from the same source again after a long time. After a long time, such a repeated incident has been recorded. With advancement in our technology, we might be able to detect more such signals.
“Until now, there was only one known repeating-FRB, knowing that there is another suggests that there could be more out there. And with more repeaters and more sources available for study, we may be able to understand these comic puzzles where they’re from and what causes them”, says a Chime Astrophysicist.