So-calledare one of the more mysterious and unexplained cosmic phenomena that have occurred recently. Several dozens of powerful, fleeting impulses have been discovered over the past 12 years, and the Russian Astronomy Observatory, Pisthino, said nine more on Friday. for the first time, researchers followed a non-repetitive FRB to an exit galaxy .
Russian scientists discovered new outbursts in archival data from 2012 to 2018. They came from the direction of galaxies M31 and M33, which are among the closest to our Milky Way. The explosion power level, however, suggests that they come from far farther, ie. behind the two nearby galaxies. One of the outflows of the direction of the MHP is also a repeat; this would only be the third reopened FRB.should also be easier to track to their source. It's still unclear what the FRB is generating, but they suppose the reasons included everything from neutron stars to extraterrestrial intelligence. Every new discovery should bring us closer to solving the mystery.