Scientists Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne (Australia) recorded two quick pulses, the brightness included in the top three of such signals,
Scientists Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne (Australia) recorded two quick pulse, the brightness included in the top three of such signals, according to The Sydney News, reports Rus.Media.
The detected signals 9 and 11 March 2018 the Australian Parkes radio telescope, the first of them is 4.5 times brighter following on this indicator quick pulse.
Another quick burst from the first three of the brightest newly discovered, a team Breakthrough Listen, who is in search of signals of extraterrestrial civilizations.
From 25 January 2001 to 11 Mar 2018, according to the catalog of fast radio pulses supported by the Netherlands Institute for radio astronomy, documented 33 such signals, only one of them registered in two years (FRB 121102 in 2012 and 2015).
Quick radar pulse lasts for a few milliseconds and emits in space the enormous energy that the Sun emits in a few tens of thousands of years. There are various hypotheses to explain the origin of fast radio pulses, providing, in particular, the activity of an alien civilization.