Unique radio waves from the heart of the milky way baffle scientists: Report

Scientists have detected Strange radio waves from the center of the milky way recently. According to a new study, the energy signal is unlike any phenomenon studied before and could suggest a previously unknown stellar object.

A group of scientists has already studied this phenomenon in 2020 January and their research suggests that the sound might have come from an unidentified object now shining like a star. The researchers have also said that the exact reason for the bizarre electromagnetic wave is not known but they believe that it is a pulsar, which can be a fast-moving troll dead star or a burning narrow.

The lead author of the new study in The Astrophysical Journal, Ziteng Wang said that the brightness of the object differs dramatically, and the signal switches on and off apparently at random.

The study was published in the Astrophysical Journal and these new signals from this unknown object have a polarizing nature and therefore, its light shines only to one side. Later it was found that the phenomenon is changing over time, says Ziteng Wang.

The signal which is named ASKAP J173608.2-321635 has vanished, returned, strengthened, and faded seemingly at random leaving researchers absolutely shocked while they search for an explanation.

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According to Tara Murphy, of the University of Sydney, who studied the phenomenon, it was similar in appearance to a celestial body. The object was first discovered in an aerial survey conducted by the Australian telescope ASKAP.