From the depths of space! Hubble Telescope Receives Mysterious Radio from 5 Galaxies

An international astronomical science team using NASA’s Hubble telescope has received mysterious radio signals from deep space, emitted from five distant galaxies.

The international astronomical science team found that NASA’s Hubble telescope received mysterious radio signals from deep space and traced them back to five distant galaxies, and the study is currently on the preprint website and will be published in the Astrophysical Journal.

An international team of astronomers, including the University of California, Santa Cruz, analyzed eight mysterious radio signals received by the Hubble telescope and found that they belonged to the “Fast Radio Burst” (FRB), an instantaneous radio pulse that lasts only a few milliseconds, and five of the signals came from five different galaxies in deep space. These galaxies range from 400 million to 9 billion light-years from Earth.

The research team pointed out that there are still three radio signals have not yet been successfully traced, but the known source of the five signals, are from the spiral galaxy similar to the appearance of the Milky Way, and all from the cantilever of the spiral galaxy emitted, although these pulses are very short, but the energy generated when the outbreak are stronger than the Sun’s energy, since 2007, scientists have found more than 1000 similar pulse Since 2007, scientists have found more than 1,000 similar pulse bursts, but only 15 have been successfully traced back to the source of the signal.

Alexandra Mannings, the study’s first author, said that in most galaxies, the relatively young and still-forming stars are quite massive, and that observing “fast radio bursts” (FRBs) can help understand the nature of the galaxy as a whole, learn about masses, star formation rates and other information, and explore The FRBs will help to understand the nature of the galaxy as a whole, to learn about its mass and star formation rate, and to investigate the astronomical phenomena occurring in the vicinity of the galaxy.