“Radio Ghost” .. a mysterious satellite signal that baffles scientists

with scientific news, the signal detected, is unlike any other energy signal that has ever been studied.

According to a research paper published in The Astrophysical Journal, the energy source is very strange, as it appears bright and effective in the radio spectrum for weeks at a time, and then fades completely within a day.

In their study, researchers noted that "This behavior does not fit the profile of any known type of spiral starsThus, it may represent a new class of objects to be discovered through radioimaging".

Scientists discovered the source of the radio using telescope Australian radio station ASKAP, which recorded the strange signal more than 13 times.

The researchers tried to match the strange energy source with what was observed by other telescopes around the world, including the Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Neil Gerels Swift Observatory, as well as the visible and infrared survey telescope for astronomy in Chile, but the signal did not appear to them.

The researchers described their findings as "With no apparent emissions in any other part of the electromagnetic spectrum, the observed signal represents an unexplainable radio specter.".

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According to the specialized “Live Science” website, with scientific news, the signal detected, is unlike any other energy signal that has ever been studied.

According to a research paper published in The Astrophysical Journal, the energy source is very strange, as it appears bright and effective in the radio spectrum for weeks at a time, and then fades completely within a day.

In their study, researchers note that “this behavior does not fit the profile of any known type of spiral starsThus, it may represent a new class of objects to be discovered through radioimaging.”

Scientists discovered the source of the radio using telescope Australian radio station ASKAP, which recorded the strange signal more than 13 times.

The researchers tried to match the strange energy source with what was observed by other telescopes around the world, including the Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Neil Gerels Swift Observatory, as well as the visible and infrared survey telescope for astronomy in Chile, but the signal did not appear to them.

The researchers described their finding that “with no apparent emissions in any other part of the electromagnetic spectrum, the observed signal represents an unexplainable radio ghost.”

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