These extraordinary Fast Radio Burst FRBs generate many times more energy than the Sun does not produce in the entire year, in thousandths of a second.
NASA’s Hubble Telescope captured this rare activity on camera. NASA
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has once again shown amazing performance. With the help of this telescope, Astronomers have detected the powerful radio blasts of five galaxies located far away. Hubble has taken pictures of this blast. These extraordinary Fast Radio Burst FRBs generate many times more energy than the Sun does not produce in the entire year, in thousandths of a second.
These radio pulse disappear in the blink of an eye and researchers have to face many difficulties in studying them. It becomes very difficult for them to find out that they are made of something after all. Because of this, most of the time astronomers cannot even know in which direction to look. Hubble has detected the Galaxy Spiral Arms, where stars are born.
Hubble made the job easy
To know where these blasts are happening and from which galaxies they are born, it is very important to find out from which activity so much energy came out. Hubble studied 8 FRBs under the new survey, enabling researchers to generate a list of potential FRBs.
Glow in the night
According to the records of Parkes Radio Observatory, on July 24, 2001, FRB was first detected. Since then astronomers have found more than 1000 FRBs, but only 15 of these have been known to have a relationship with any galaxy. The lead author of the study, Alexandra Mannings of the University of California, said that our results are new and encouraging. This is the first time high resolution photos of FRBs have been found. Hubble has also discovered that five of these are in our nearby galaxy.
In the process of becoming stars
ALEXANDRA MANNINGS said that most of these galaxies are much larger and much newer. The process of making stars is going on here. From these pictures, we can get a better idea about the rate at which stars are being formed here and what is the position of FRB right now.
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