Scientists claim, radio signals coming to Earth from 1.5 billion light-years away

Scientists claim, radio signals coming to Earth from 1.5 billion light-years away


Astronomers have conveyed the mysterious signals coming out of a remote galaxy found in a Telescope in Canada. There is currently no information about the exact nature and origins of the radio signals coming from.

The sharp radio signals known as the FRB came suddenly 13 times and there was a very unusual sign among them. These radio signals were coming from approximately 1.5 billion light-years away from the same source. This kind of incident was reported only once before by a different telescope.

Ingrid Steyers, an astronomer from the University of British Columbia (UBC), said, ‘Once again these signals are pointing out that there is more.’

He said that with the available sources for study, we may be able to understand these cosmic riddles. We can also know where they are from and what are the reasons for this.

Located in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, there are four 100 meters long, semi-cylindrical antennas in the Chime Observatory, which scans the entire northern sky each day. The telescope had detected 13 radio signals, including repeaters.

The research is now published in ‘Nature’ journal. “We have discovered a second repeater and its nature is similar to the first repeater. It tells us more about the nature of the repeaters as a population,” McGill University, Canada’s.

FRB is the brightness of small, radio waves, which appear almost halfway through the entire universe. So far, scientists have detected 60 single sharp radio bursts. He believes that every day there can be one thousand FRB in the sky.

There are many theories about what can happen due to these radio signals. These include a neutron star with a very strong magnetic field which is moving very fast; two neutron stars are merged.