Science: Is E.T sending FRB signals ? Signals from space perplex astronomers.

Science: Is E.T sending FRB signals ? Signals from space perplex astronomers.
Francisco De Jesùs.

Rapid radio bursts were first discovered in 2007 by obervatory Parkes in Australia. Photo: RT News

Upon detection of a series of enigmatic signs that could come from outside our galaxy , astronomers try to understand their nature, without reaching a reliable conclusion .

Rapid bursts radio or Fast Radio Burst (FRB , for its acronym in English ) are bright radio bursts lasting a split second and never repeated, and were first discovered in 2007 by obervatory Parkes in Australia .

As reported in the RT News , the unusual signal was so faint that scientists suggested that the phenomenon came from a distance of billions of light years.

FRB debates about whether signals had a cosmic origin or whether they were more of a unique phenomenon in the location of Parkes due to unusual weather patterns or even product telescope itself unleashed .

FRB Since then there have been at least seven times , including those collected by the Arecibo telescope in Puerto Rico in 2012 , which ruled out the hypothesis of a technical interference.

However, many questions remain about the phenomenon , and from where they travel , how far and what exactly .

For now, the scientists suggest that the possible origins for the phenomenon are young stars of low mass contact, binaries solar mass orbiting so close together that share a common path and a collision of neutron stars.

On the other hand , continue to circulate the hypothesis that extraterrestrial civilizations are those that emit these signals.

"This can be a extraordinary discovery unknown or unusual phenomenon , or it could arise from a network of extraterrestrial communication , showing that the universe is flooded with intelligent life forms ," said Nigel Watson , author of ' UFO Research Manual ' .




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