The source of the signal has not yet been determined. He thinks he’s one
, that is, the collapsed cores of giant stars of very high density. These stars have a degree
over a million times compared to those studied in our galaxy. The discovery was published in the English Scientific Journal
a heart that beats
The signal, which lasts about three seconds, is a thousand times higher than the average. The team of researchers who focused on the survey was led by Italians
, within a very short time of the signal appearing – more blasts of radio waves. This is repeated every 0.2 seconds, resulting in one being selected
To remember hitting the
. The studies were conducted first at the Canadian headquarters of McGill University, and then at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
– Researcher Daniel Nechili stated that “there are not many things in the universe that emit such regular signals.” Among these, as mentioned by the head of the team that took care of the surveys, there are, for example,
– neutron stars that appear to pulsate as they spin on themselves, and emit radio bursts – or le
Neutron stars in which radio flashes are due to high-intensity magnetic fields. The
will derive, however,
from an object
Compared to those already known.
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