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  • USRA/NASA/GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER VIA AP
                                This image from video animation provided by NASA in November 2020 depicts a powerful X-ray burst erupting from a magnetar – a supermagnetized version of a stellar remnant known as a neutron star.

    USRA/NASA/GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER VIA AP

    This image from video animation provided by NASA in November 2020 depicts a powerful X-ray burst erupting from a magnetar – a supermagnetized version of a stellar remnant known as a neutron star.

Synopsis: Scientists have noticed fast radio bursts (FRBs) from outer space since 2007, and the number of sightings has increased dramatically since that time. Read more

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