Something outside the milky way is causing a sudden burst of radio signals to be sent out in space. Scientists have recorded multiple fast burst of radio waves.
These radio waves are just milli seconds long. This is the second time that scientists have found it, the first burst of waves were recorded in 2015 by the Arecibo radio telescope.
The new burst of waves was recorded 6 times, and it was coming from the same source 1.5 billion light years away.
This was one of the very first thing that was recorded by Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment, or (CHIME) in 2018. The radio telescope was operating in its pre-commissioning phase and it heard 12 singular fast radio bursts.
There is a mystery surrounding these bursts of signals, believers say that it is created by extraterrestrial beings a.k.a aliens.
These signals have enormous amounts of energy. In 2015, the frequency recorded was 700 megahertz and the CHIME experiment recorded a lower frequency of 400 megahertz. These frequency bursts don’t seem to be scattered.
CHIME said that the frequency bursts were coming from some sort of dense clump like a supernova remnant or something that was surrounding the central black hole in our galaxy. Researchers are hopeful to find answers of the mysterious signals once CHIME is fully operational.