New Galaxy Home to Strange Energy Bursts
Fast radio bursts are 1.3 milliseconds long bursts that contain the energy our sun would cumulatively possess in 80 years. Astronomers have been trying to figure out what they are and what they mean for over a decade now. It looks like we finally have an answer. It was traced to a galaxy half-way across the universe.
Talking to The Daily about the recent breakthrough was Associate Professor of Astrophysics of Swinburne University of Technology, Adam Deller.