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Scientists have identified possible sources of mysterious radio radiation from the depths of space

A new study has shown that that, some of the destroyed planets make a noise like a scream. Scientists, in turn, call them cosmic radio wave accept as. Located in China University of Nanjing astronomer Yong-Feng Huang the results of the research he conducted with his colleagues Journal of Astrophysics published in a magazine called. They think that, The destroyed planets were discovered 15 years ago fast radio radiation (Fast Radio Burst / FRB) are the source. It is known that, those fast radio rays come from the depths of space and reach us. 20Until 07, science had no knowledge of fast cosmic radio radiation.

However 20In 07, such radiation was first received. Since then, scientists have been trying to determine the sources of such radiation, which is often received from the depths of space. Yong-Feng Huang assumes in his new study that, FRB has a high density neutron stars with its neighboring planets snowarises as a result of fancy relationships. That is the essence of the idea that, Neighboring planets orbiting in their elliptical orbits are so close to the star that, gravitational force literally divides those planets into pieces. This, in turn, leads to the deformation of the planets and leads to the separation of some of their parts.

According to scientists, these parts separated from the planets are star winds and by radiation snowWhen in close contact, really strong radio radiation is generated. Astronomers have tested their theories on two repetitive popular radio emissions. The first radio radiation was detected in 2016 and it is repeated every 160 days. The second radio irradiation is repeated every 16 days. Scientists have confirmed that, their theories fully explain these recurring FRBs. The frequencies of the repetitive radio signals depend on the orbit in which the planet is split by the star. The star’s very strong gravitational pull can change the planet’s orbit each time it passes at close range.



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