Mysterious ultrafast radio bursts do not occur on Earth, but beyond. Scientists from Australia have proved that these signals come from the depths of space and 78 such signals are sent to the Earth daily.
Previously, it was believed that such signals come less and the probability was admitted that they were of terrestrial origin. For the first time the signals were recorded on the Parks telescope in 2007. Wave signals were recorded by the telescope and in the building itself where the telescope was installed due to which there were doubts in the source of the signals.
Until now, no one has bothered to figure out and verify the data to find out where these signals are coming from. Finally, a group of scientists from Australia created a special device for finding out the source of signals – the Mangolo interferometer. This is a special “radio” covering an area of 18,000 square meters and combining signals from several separate radio telescopes at different points of the earth and outer space.
If radio flares appeared on the Earth, then the interferometer would not record them at all, since it catches radio signals that originate in thousands of kilometers from the Earth’s surface – no less.
As a result, it was 100% probable that mysterious radio signals come from space, but where exactly? Scientists managed to record three radio flares and determine that they came from the constellations of Hydra, Kiel and Korma.
So far, it has not been possible to determine the specific galaxy and the object emitting these signals. But scientists do not lose hope and continue research, especially since now they have a reliable tool for this.