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Scientists discover new data on fast radio bursts – SlashGear

Fast radio bursts (FRBs) were first discovered over ten years ago, and since their discovery, scientists have worked to figure out what could be generating the…

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Fast radio bursts (FRBs) were first discovered over ten years ago, and since their discovery, scientists have worked to figure out what could be generating the intense flashes of radio waves. Researchers have used a gradual process of elimination, and the field of possible explanations for FRBs has been narrowed as new information about them was gathered. The type of information researchers have been gathering includes how long the FRB lasts, the frequencies of the radio waves detected, and other…

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