Astronomers were perplexed when China's enormous FAST Radio Telescope discovered a recurring radio signal from outer space.
Repeated Fast Radio Bursts, sometimes known as FRBs, were discovered last year and given the name FRB 20201124A.
In a total of 54 days of observation since last year, 1,863 donations have been registered in 82 hours.
shows that it is a magnetar, a neutron star with exceptionally potent magnetic fields.
FRBs, which were first identified in 2001, are extremely intense radio waves with a short lifetime that can produce as much energy as 500 million suns.
The majority of FRBs in the record have only ever been observed once, making them challenging to explain and comprehend.
However, some FRBs are frequent, making it possible to locate their galaxy of origin. In