An artist's impression of how ground-based telescopes detected a 'fast radio burst' from a distant galaxy. Photo: CSIRO/Andrew Howells An artist's impression of how ground-based telescopes detected a 'fast radio burst' from a distant galaxy. Photo: CSIRO/Andrew Howells
An artist's impression of how ground-based telescopes detected a 'fast radio burst' from a distant galaxy. Photo: CSIRO/Andrew Howells

Mysterious radio signal from distant galaxy repeats every 16 days

  • The bursts originated from a galaxy 500 million light-years away
  • It’s probably not aliens, MIT said in a statement

Topic |   Space
An artist's impression of how ground-based telescopes detected a 'fast radio burst' from a distant galaxy. Photo: CSIRO/Andrew Howells An artist's impression of how ground-based telescopes detected a 'fast radio burst' from a distant galaxy. Photo: CSIRO/Andrew Howells
An artist's impression of how ground-based telescopes detected a 'fast radio burst' from a distant galaxy. Photo: CSIRO/Andrew Howells
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