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A surprise discovery points to the source of fast radio bursts
by Shannon Hall, Contributing Writer
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11 June 2020
On 11 June 2020 Quanta Magazine reported:
After a burst lit up their telescope 'like a Christmas tree,' astronomers were able to finally track down the source of these cosmic oddities. With a single lucky discovery, the mystery of where fast radio bursts come from appeared to have been solved. Astronomers have racked up roughly 50 separate theories to explain fast radio bursts -- a tally that until recently outnumbered the events. But as the number of detections increased, scientists began to favor one explanation above the rest: magnetars. The task now is to pinpoint exactly how a magnetar creates the brief burst of radio waves.
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