A strange new mystery signal is being sent from a distant galaxy.

Astronomers have been able to conduct investigations that disclose information about where it originates from in the Universe.

These findings show that there are likely several mechanisms at work in the huge wide universe that might cause these unusual eruptions.

Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are extremely short bursts of radiation (less than a millisecond in duration) that flash brightly at radio frequencies.

The majority of them originate from distant galaxies (the Milky Way has just one).

They're extraordinarily brilliant, releasing as much energy in a moment as 500 million Suns.

The majority of these eruptions have only been seen once: they appear out of nowhere, explode once, and then vanish.

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