Astronomers precisely determine the location of fast radio broadcasts without interruption

A brief burst of radio energy from a strong astrophysical process but it is still unknown to spread far and wide in wide intergalactic space.

To reach the FRB of the earth, which often requires no more than a few milliseconds, only an electromagnetic whisper requires the detection of a sensitive radio telescope. Although it is known that these outbreaks were emitted from extragalactichene parent galaxies they knew, they remained mysterious mainly because of the difficulty in finding the radio accurately.

High resolution map:

FRB 180 924 was seen in September 2018 as part of a special FRB search with ASKAP, 36 number of telescope radio antennas that work together as a single instrument in Western Australia.

Astronomers use smaller variations in the amount of time needed to reach light with various antennas in the arrangement, close to the position of the galaxy. They made a high-resolution map, which showed that the eruption occurred on the outskirts of J214425.25-405400.81 measuring the size of a lenticular spiral galaxy or the initial type of about 3.6 billion light years.

From small differences in time – only a fraction of a billion of a second Identification of galaxies from eruptions and even the right starting point, 13,000 light years from the center of galaxies at the edge of the galaxy Dr. Adam Deler Astronomer at Swinbrook Technology University.

When I stand on the moon and look down carefully on the ground, we not only know which city is damaged, but who encodes ZIP and also in which city blocks Dr. Keith Bannister CSIRO To find out more about J214425.25-405400.81 the team he shot with a telescope was very large at ESO and measured distances with the Keck Telescope in Hawaii and the Gemini Southern Telescope in Chile.

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