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Alien greetings? Canada's radio wave has reached 1.5 million light years
January 10, 2019 13:35 World Wide Web
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) announced 9th issue in Nature's 9 issue. According to the report, 13 fast radio stations are unusual. It has been running for 1.5 million light years and the second repeats the waves. The BBC researchers used the same telescope to catch the same wave.
The image is highly magnetized, which rotates the neutron star. Astronomers say they can be a source of radio waves
According to the report, the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME) was captured by the radio telescope. Located in the British Columbia Valley of Okanagan, it is four meters long, half-cylindrical antennas that scan the northern sky every day. The telescope last year was launched and 13 radio bursts, after activation.
Data sheet: Canadian Hydrogen Intensive Mapping Experiment (CHIME) Telescope Radio
"The second capture of the repeating oceans means that they will be able to get even more out of here," says Ingrid Stairs in the British Columbia astrophysicist. "More and more repetitive waves The resources of the investigation, we can solve the mysteries of these universes: where these waves came from and what caused it."
Tendukal from McGill University in Canada said: "We are repeating radio waves and the latest properties are very similar, which gives more information on the general characteristics of these waves."
The BBC said there are theories that explain the sources of cosmic waves. For example, these waves come from the neutron star, with strong magnetic fields, perhaps combining two neutrons. In addition to these theories, it seems that some observers believe that these waves are a kind of nuclear space.