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"A mysterious and powerful radio signal from space is repeating itself - A rare repeating fast radio burst signal is helping astronomers to probe the mysterious phenomenon in more depth". Salon. Retrieved 19 October 2021. ^ a b "Cosmic radio burst caught red-handed". Royal Astronomical Society. 19 January 2015.Did astronomers just find answers to a mysterious fast radio burst?
All of this uncertainty around fast radio bursts has only heightened their mystery. But astronomers may have found some answers in a fast radio burst that, unusually, repeats — which has given them more opportunities to study the strange signals. Dubbed FRB 121102, the first repeating FRB has revealed new insights about this mysterious phenomenon.What is a fast radio burst?
Known as fast radio bursts, or FRBs for short, these very brief yet incredibly powerful bursts of radio wave energy appear to be coming from all corners of the universe. And while astronomers can pick up such signals, they are, because of their brief duration, very difficult to study.Are mysterious fast radio bursts from deep space aliens?
Retrieved 11 January 2019. ^ Busby, Mattha (9 January 2019). "Mysterious fast radio bursts from deep space 'could be aliens ' ". The Guardian. Retrieved 10 January 2019. ^ Rice, Doyle (10 January 2019). "Alien signals? More bizarre 'fast radio bursts' detected from outer space".