Emissions of mysterious signals from the heart of the Milky Way galaxy

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The image features one of the Pathfinder radio telescopes in Australia, where the mysterious signal emanating from the center of the Milky Way galaxy was first observed.  Photo courtesy of Pathfinder website
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The image features one of the Pathfinder radio telescopes in Australia, where the mysterious signal emanating from the center of the Milky Way galaxy was first observed. Photo courtesy of Pathfinder website

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Australia: Astronomers have noticed radio signals from one side of us that are reaching us from the center of the Milky Way galaxy, but we are trying to understand this mystery.

These signals come and go without any regular hours. On this basis, it is being said that perhaps they are coming out of an astronomical crime that is not in the realm of science or we are unaware of it.

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Experts have dubbed the emission center the ‘Andes Object’. Because these signals were first discovered by the Zeitung Wing of the University of Sydney, also known as Andy. Zeitung Wing, along with its colleagues, noted the signals six times in 2020 alone. He did this in Australia’s Pathfinder radio telescope. These signals were then observed with the Mercat radio telescope installed in South Africa.

Experts have identified the direction of the signal, which is occasionally bright. Depending on how bright it is, it can last for weeks, but it is often dark. In February this year, the signals came out again and the body lit up.

In February, a number of binoculars were turned to the center again. It was also viewed through various non-radio telescopes but no trace was found.

“We tried to see with the most powerful telescopes of all kinds of wavelengths, even infrared, visual and X-ray sources were used, but nothing was seen. Maybe it’s a star or an astronomical crime that hasn’t been figured out yet, “said Dr. David Kaplan, of the University of Wisconsin and an important part of the research.

Some call it a normal star and some call it a magnetar, meaning a neutron star with a strong magnetic field. But the fact is that it does not reflect other violations and therefore this assumption does not hold true.

However, experts believe that the polarization of the radio waves shows that the magnetic field of this mysterious object is very strong and increases up to 100 times as light is emitted. This change has been seen in a day. But unfortunately, not all the objects discovered so far fit into it. Now experts are considering unconventional ways to solve this puzzle.

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