Many of the mysterious repetitions of radio signals have been analyzed by deep-rooted Canadian astronomers.
Only a second time, scientists have continued to explode on radio, the BBC reported.
The repetitive signal was very common among 13 fast radio stations – known as FRB – and reached the same source, about 1,500 light years away.
FRB has to be explained that stars, magnetic fields or alien transmissions can be exploded. But the origin remains in deep mysteries.
Flashes last only in milliseconds, but the sun has been using the same energy for 12 months.
Canadian astronomers have been repeatedly detected six times over the explosions, apparently in the same location.
"There is another, it seems that there may be more," said Ingrid Stairs, British Columbia University (UBC) astrophysics.
"And with more repeaters and more available sources for analysis, we need to be able to understand these cosmic puzzle – where they are going and what they cause."
The only other repeat of the FRB signal was repeated in November 2012.
Scientists believe they are in the sky a thousand miles a day.
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