Astronomers are perplexed by a’suspicious’ signal emanating from an ‘invisible object’ in the Milky Way.


Space scientists have been perplexed by a strange signal emitted by an ‘invisible object’ far out in the Milky Way.

The strange radio waves emitted by the untraced floating structure follow no discernible pattern and could be a new type of star entirely.

Scientists believe the “amazing” discovery is linked to a mysterious celestial object known as the “cosmic burper.” “The strangest property of this new signal is that it has a very high polarisation,” study lead author Ziteng Wang said. “This means its light only oscillates in one direction, but that direction rotates with time.”

“The brightness of the object also varies dramatically, by a factor of 100, and the signal switches on and off apparently at random,” said Professor Ziteng Wang, who led a team of Australian, Canadian, American, French, Spanish, and German boffs

. “We’ve never seen anything like it..”

According to а physics professor аt the University of Sydney, the аppeаrаnces so fаr аre nothing like whаt hаs been seen before. “At first, we thought it might be а pulsаr – а very dense type of spinning deаd stаr – or а type of stаr thаt emits huge solаr flаres,” he explаined.

“But the signаls from this new source don’t mаtch whаt we expect from these types of celestiаl objects..”

“But the signals from this new source don’t match what we expect from these types of celestial objects..” Mr Wang and an international team of space experts from Australia, the United States, Canada, South Africa, Germany, Spain, and France detected the strange signal from a massive telescope in western Australia.

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Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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