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An undated photo taken by Natasha Hurley-Walker. astrophysicist from Curtin University A link to the International Center for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR), released Wednesday (Jan. 26), shows the Milky Way as viewed from Earth. by asterisk (Right side of the image) is the area where high-intensity radio waves were detected every 18.18 minutes.



Australian researchers have discovered a strange object in the Milky Way that has never been seen by astronomers before. The object emits high-powered radio waves for 1 minute every 18 minutes.

Natasha Hurley-Walker The astrophysicist who led the investigation said the radio frequencies occur every 18.18 minutes. Even in the universe there are many objects that transmit this intermittent signal, such as pulsars (dead stars of the magnitude small, high density and spins rapidly with the release of radio waves), but the frequency every 18.18 minutes is something that has never been discovered before.

Hurley-Walker which works under Curtin University Link to the International Center for Research in Radio Astronomy (ICRAR), added that the discovery of the object was "eerie" for astronomers. Because nothing in the sky is known to astronomers like this.

Researchers are trying to understand the object in the first place. Tyrone Odoherty, an undergraduate thesis student, made the discovery from the Murchison Widefield Array Radio Telescope located in Outback in Western Australia where he used a technique that he invented himself

Subsequently, after years of searching through the information gathered The researchers were able to identify some additional facts: The object, located about 4,000 light years from Earth, is incredibly bright. and has a strong magnetic field

However, there are still many mysteries waiting to be solved.

Hurley-Walker added that by applying all the mathematical formulas, It is unlikely that any object has enough energy to generate radio frequency waves like this almost every 20 minutes.

The object being discussed here This may be what many researchers have theorized. It might exist, but I've never seen it. Called “ultra-long period magnetar”, magnetar refers to a magnetic star. or neutron stars that astronomers believe It emits a more powerful magnetic field than a normal neutron star.

The object could also be a white dwarf. or the remnants of a collapsing star But Hurley-Walker said it was unlikely, because the only known white dwarf doesn't have this much energy.

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