Fast radio bursts can emit as much power as hundreds of millions of suns but only last a few milliseconds, making them difficult to study, until now.
For the first time, scientists have detected a radio signal from outer space that repeats at regular intervals.
The series of “fast radio bursts” – short-lived pulses of radio waves that come from across the universe – were detected about once an hour for four days and then stopped, only to start up again 12 days later. More about this article in link…
This cycle repeated every 16.35 days for more than a year, according to a new paper about the research.