Astronomers capture first neutron star or a collapse of the radio waves

EarthSky website reported that for the first time astronomers have captured an intense flash of radio waves, known as rapid real-time radio outbreak. The incident lasted only a few milliseconds, but some scientists argue that the outbreak may be derived from 5.5 billion light years away, indicating that the signal is caused by a huge source of energy produced.

This unique source of radio waves is unclear, but scientists speculate that similar outbreaks may result from rapidly rotating neutron star collapses into a black hole phenomenon generated by scientists for this hypothetical phenomenon coined the term “blitzar” .

Astronomers capture first neutron star or a collapse of the radio waves
Astronomers capture first neutron star or a collapse of the radio waves

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