Why is this discovery important?
So far, the galaxies coming from around 15 thousand waves have been detected. This time the arrival of cluster waves is expected to help in understanding the process behind it. Astronomer Mannings of the University of California has described the new results as encouraging. He says that for the first time so many FRBs have been seen in high resolution and Hubble has shown that they are on or near the spiral arm of a galaxy. Most of the giant galaxies are still new and are becoming stars. Identification of FRBs can explain the mass of the galaxy and the motion of the stars that form in it.
Why is search difficult?
Where FRBs are coming from the Galaxy, what is happening there can also be understood. The amount of energy that the sun emits in a year, the FRBs, in a thousandth of a second. In this case, the discovery about them will help in understanding more about them. The problem is that they can only be observed for a few milliseconds and they are not known when they will be. This makes it difficult to know their source or reason.
Where did you come from?
Spiral arms in a galaxy have the newest and hottest stars. The Galaxy can be understood on the basis of where an FRB is coming from. These five do not come from the brightest part of the FRB arm. Based on this, it is believed that they may be coming from Magnetar. These are dense stars whose magnetic field is very powerful. When giant stars become neutron stars, they can also magnetize. This causes them to glow and radio light can also be emitted from magnetic processes occurring on the surface.
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