Chinese astronomers detect mysterious signals from space
Repeated fast radio bursts (FRB), occurring at a distance of about 3 billion light-years from Earth have been picked up.
Chinese astronomers have detected mysterious bursts from space with the help of the world's largest spherical radio telescope equipped with a five-hundred-meter aperture, TASS reported quoting a statement made by researchers from the Chinese Astronomical Observatories at the PRC Academy of Sciences.
As noted, repeated fast radio bursts (FRB), occurring at a distance of about 3 billion light-years from Earth have been picked up.
The signals have been carefully checked and processed.
Fast radio bursts (FRB) are radio pulses lasting a few milliseconds whose nature is yet to be thoroughly studied.
Previously it was reported that scientists say there might be life on the moon.