Over 500 fast radio bursts captured by the CHIME telescope in its first 12 months


It’s challenging to capture a fast radio burst or FRB. To capture an FRB, a radio telescope has to be pointed in just the right direction. FRBs are bright flashes of light that register in the radio band of the electromagnetic spectrum and only exist for a few milliseconds before they vanish without a trace. Scientists have spotted FRBs in … Continue reading

Source: https://www.slashgear.com/over-500-fast-radio-bursts-captured-by-the-chime-telescope-in-its-first-12-months-10677146/
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