Wednesday, October 28, 2020

China Giant Telescope gets mysterious signal from space

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Chinese astronomers have repeatedly caught mysterious signals such as the ‘Fast Radio Burst’ (FRB) on the world’s largest and most sensitive radio telescope, whose source may be about three billion years away from Earth. This information was given by China’s official news agency Xinhua on Monday. Researchers at the National Astronomical Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences said the scientists captured these signals from a 500-meter-long ‘aperture spherical radio telescope’ and are being closely studied.

‘Fast radio bursts’ are the most known optical explosions ever known in the universe. According to Xinhua, 100 ‘bursts’ were detected from late August to early September. This is the highest number of ‘bursts’ seen so far. FRBs are luminous, unresolved, and millionth-second optical glimpses that occur outside the galaxy. 

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Teodora Torrendohttps://www.ccdiscovery.com
Teodora Torrendo is an investigative journalist and is a correspondent for European Union. She is based in Zurich in Switzerland and her field of work include covering human rights violations which take place in the various countries in and outside Europe. She also reports about the political situation in European Union. She has worked with some reputed companies in Europe and is currently contributing to USA News as a freelance journalist. As someone who has a Masters’ degree in Human Rights she also delivers lectures on Intercultural Management to students of Human Rights. She is also an authority on the Arab world politics and their diversity.

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