A signal, which has never been seen before, has been picked up by radio telescopes. What they can due, is something of a mystery for astronomers. It writes ScienceAlert according to the Science.dk. https://videnskab.dk/naturvidenskab/ny-observation-maerkvaerdige-rum-cirker-faar-astronomer-til-at-rykke-sig-i-haaret
The attention-grabbing findings is submitted to the scientific journal Nature Astronomy, where it is waiting to approved by other researchers. So far, it is available in an open database for scientific studies.
There are four, circular objects, of which three of them are surrounded by a kind of luminous wreath.
International researchers led by astrophysicist Ray Norris from Western Sydney University in Australia have dubbed the objects, ORC – Odd Radio Circles’ – or ’strange radiocirkler’ in English.
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'Circular forms are quite well known in radio telescope images, and usually represents the spherical objects, such as a supernova or a nebula,' tells the researchers in the science article. It writes ScienceAlert according to the Science.dk.
But the researchers point out here that the circular objects that they have observed, is not reminiscent of any known object, is observed so far.
As the researchers behind the new study discovered the first circle, as they thought at first that it could be due to a technical error.
But after having found four mysterious circles and also used other telescopes to investigate the ORC 1 and ORC 2, put the doubt in the pit, writes ScienceAlert according to the Science.dk.
Are we alone in the room, because all the other civilizations are extinct?
the research Team behind the study of the mysterious ORC’is think that they probably come from somewhere outside the Milky way. They guess that they can be shock waves from a giant event that happened far out in the room.
the Astronomers must examine several ORC's in order to be able to say more, but perhaps we do not need to wait so long for answers.
In their data, the researchers have already identified six even weaker ORC's, which, they hope, may help to shed more light on the mysterious phenomenon, writes ScienceAlert according to the Science.dk.
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