Scientists cannot explain the radio signal in deep space, what is it?

Scientists cannot explain the radio signal in deep space, what is it?

By Roberto Scucci | Updated 6 minutes ago Rotating neutron stars (known as pulsars) are generally known to emit radio waves at regular intervals, ranging from seconds to milliseconds. As these neutron stars approach the end of their life cycle, they slow down and are no longer called pulsars, but are classified as magnetars. According … Read more

The world’s largest radio telescope could reveal the secrets of dark matter, the first galaxies in the universe

A feature of light absorption by the hydrogen surrounding early galaxies could be used as a new probe into the mysteries of dark matter and how it affected the evolution of the universe during the cosmic dark ages. Scientists have long theorized that dark matter, a mysterious substance that makes up about 85 percent of … Read more