Fast radio bursts, or FRBs, enigmatic transmissions from deep space, appeared over a period of around 80 hours during two months in 2021.
were captured, according to CNN, by the Five Hundred Meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST) in China.
Now that FAST has discovered irregularities in those FRB signals, we can learn more about how and where FRBs arise.
A study of those FRB signals is recently published in Nature, and it shows how they behave over time and how they might evolve as they travel over space.
FRBs were first discovered in 2007 and are radio-frequency emissions that come from a distant location in space.
as Space describes. Although nothing is known about the cause of this space phenomenon, FRBs were once believed
The magnetic field strength and particle density around FRBs are measured using the Faraday rotation method.