1. Astronomers Have Detected a Whopping 8 New Repeating Signals From Deep Space  ScienceAlert
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One of the biggest mysteries out there in the Universe is inching closer to answers. An astonishing eight new repeating radio signals known as fast radio bursts (FRBs) have been detected flaring from deep space.One of the biggest mysteries out there in the Universe is inching closer to answers. An astonishing eight new repeating radio signals known as fast radio bursts (FRBs) have been detected flaring from deep space.

Astronomers Have Detected a Whopping 8 New Repeating Signals From Deep Space

Canadian telescope finds eight more repeating blasts — energetic events from deep in the cosmos. Canadian telescope finds eight more repeating blasts — energetic events from deep in the cosmos.Canadian telescope finds eight more repeating blasts — energetic events from deep in the cosmos.

Astronomers closer to cracking mystery of fast radio bursts

For the first time, astronomers have pinpointed the origin of a single massive burst of radio waves to the outer suburbs of a galaxy 3.6 billion light-years away.For the first time, astronomers have pinpointed the origin of a single massive burst of radio waves to the outer suburbs of a galaxy 3.6 billion light-years away.

Astronomers pinpoint origin of elusive fast radio burst to a distant galaxy - Science News - ABC News

The discovery adds to the mystery of fast radio bursts, which are echoes of extreme cosmic explosions.The discovery adds to the mystery of fast radio bursts, which are echoes of extreme cosmic explosions.

Bizarre radio burst traced back to its origin in deep space