For years and years, our world is trying to look for companions in the outer space.
We are trying to find life outside Earth and haven’t found anything yet.
Multiple times we have had received hints that there is someone out there in the space. Maybe a whole alive planet or maybe something else.
We haven’t given up although our search is going on for hundreds of years now.
Well, it looks like we have received something and it is exceptional, something that has never happened before.
The largest telescope in China has received radio signals coming from 3 billion light-years away.
The signals are being called fast radio bursts. Although we are not aware of the source of the signals, we are sure to know that the source has high energy stores that have generated these busts of energies.
The researchers are continuing to watch and investigate the signals to find the source of the generation of these signals.
The unexpected signals that have an unidentified source were caught by Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope, called FAST in China.
The signals are under observation right now and the scientists of Chinese research centers are working on to analyze them.
Fast radio bursts, the signals that have been detected only last a few milliseconds as they are tiny pulses of radio.
It is being believed that the source of the signal is a high energy process in the dark space which is far-far away.
The first-ever fast radio bust was identified back in 2007 it was researched out of the data that was collected in 2001.
The researchers and astronomers are optimistic about finding the source of these signals as they are actively working on analyzing these signals.
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