Mysterious Radio Signals From The Universe’s Powerful Magnet – NASA Revealed: Mysterious Radio Signals From The Universe’s Powerful Magnet

NASA told Fast Radio Brust from five distant galaxies.
The Hubble Space Telescope has detected FRBs coming from the galaxy.

NASA reveals: mysterious radio signals from the universe’s powerful magnet

Washington. There are many puzzles in the universe, which still need to be solved. The US space agency NASA has managed to find mysterious radio signals coming from the most powerful magnet in the universe to Earth.

NASA reported that these signals are coming from five distant galaxies. These are called Fast Radio Brust (FRB). Scientists say the amount of energy the sun gives out in a year is generated from these FRBs in 1 / 1000th of a second. According to experts, this magnet is 10 trillion times more powerful than a regular magnet. Astronomers have detected the galaxies from which 5 FRB originate. The Hubble Telescope made this discovery. Hubble has shown that they are on or near the spiral arm of a galaxy.

Found more than 1000 FRB –
The FRB was first detected on July 24, 2001, according to a recording by the Parks Radio Observatory. So far, astronomers have found over 1,000 FRBs, but only 15 are known to have a relationship with any galaxy. Lead author of the study, Alexandra Mannings of the University of California, said: “This is the first time that high resolution photos of FRB have been found.”

This is how the birth of a neutron star –
These 5 FBR are not from the brightest part of the Galaxy Arm. It is believed that they may have come from the magnet. Magnetars are dense stars with very strong magnetic fields. When giant stars become neutron stars, they can also magnetize.

Magnets are powerful magnets of the universe –
Magnets are like neutron stars, considered to be the strongest magnets in the universe. The neutron star was born when the energy of stars larger than our sun ran out and turned into a supernova. Magnets are quite special, where the neutron star has a very strong magnetic field. Astronomers say they detected a neutron star in our galaxy last year.

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