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Are Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts Coming From The Collapse Of Strange Star Crusts

Greetings Earthlings: We are out of our element. The data, which at one time was within this realm, might have been zapped to another dimension. Scanning for new information . . . Hey, buddy, why are all the planets not aligning?

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New Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) Detected –“Coming from Galaxies Half Way Across the Universe”
(Oct 2018) Loeb had examined the possibility that fast radio bursts come from radio transmitters constructed by an advanced alien civilization — perhaps evidence of powerful energy beams used to propel

Australian astronomers have been able to double the number of mysterious fast radio bursts discovered so far
on 17th of Oct 2018 Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) have become a major focus of research in the past decade. In radio astronomy, this phenomenon refers to transient radio pulses coming from distant cosmological sources, which

Mysterious Deep-Space Flashes: 19 More ‘Fast Radio Bursts’ Found
(Oct 2018) A huge haul of newfound fast radio bursts (FRBs) may help astronomers finally start to get a handle on these mysterious and powerful blasts . with the first detection coming in 2007. FRBs are brief

Scientists are spotting deep space radio wave bursts at faster rates
(Oct 2018) Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are brief but incredibly intense flashes of radio waves that originate outside of our galaxy, and these milliseconds-long bursts of light are rather mysterious since we don’t

New telescope almost doubles known number of mysterious ‘fast radio bursts’
(Oct 2018) Fast radio bursts come from all over the sky and last for just milliseconds . . ScienceDaily. Retrieved October 10, 2018 fr

Mysterious ‘alien’ radio signal heard from closer to Earth than ever before
on 17th of Oct 2018 Researchers have pinpointed the source of the closest-ever ‘fast radio burst’ to our planet – a mysterious . Other bursts have come from far across the universe: bright pulses of radio

Aussie telescope almost doubles known number of mysterious ‘fast radio bursts’
(Oct 2018) Their findings were reported today in the journal Nature. Fast radio bursts come from all over the sky and last for just milliseconds. Scientists don’t know what causes them but it must involve

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