“Fast Radio Bursts” of Intense Radiation from Galaxy Far, Far Away

“The definitely know, for this one case anyway, that the radio burst is not
cataclysmic (referring to 9 fast radio bursts over 6 months in 2016.”

- Shami Chatterjee, Ph.D., Astronomer, Cornell University

The 8-meter Gemini telescope on Mauna Kea, Hawaii, is seen measuring the redshift of the host galaxy in the Auriga Constellation from where the FRB121102 fast radio bursts have originated since 2007, showing that the bursts are traveling 3 billion light years to reach Earth. Illustration by Danielle Futselaar www.artsource.nl.
The 8-meter Gemini telescope on Mauna Kea, Hawaii, is seen measuring the redshift of the host galaxy in the Auriga Constellation from where the FRB121102 fast radio bursts have originated since 2007, showing that the bursts are traveling 3 billion light years to reach Earth. Illustration by Danielle Futselaar www.artsource.nl.

 

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