Interesting Facts About Fast Radio Bursts
Fast Radio Bursts are named by the date the sound was recorded. An example would be FRB YYMMDD – FRB 010222, meaning Feb 22, 2001.
Newatlas.com below has a fascinating piece on all of the recent activity with FRBs and many interesting facts about fast radio bursts.
2 pictures The Deep Synoptic Array-10 (DSA-10) dishes, located at Caltech’s Owens Valley Radio Observatory Strange signals known as fast radio bursts (FRBs) are one of the most intriguing mysteries of modern astronomy, so the more of them we can locate, the closer we get to figuring what causes […]
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