Unexplained Radio Emissions from Galactic Center

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Message 2083972 - Posted: 8 Sep 2021, 23:18:05 UTC

Unexplained radio emissions have been repeatedly, but sporadically detected, coming from near the center of our galaxy. These radio emissions do not match the characteristics of any know sort of object in space.

They have been heard for weeks, then quit suddenly. It may be months before the start up again. The existence of these emissions has been confirmed by several independent radio observatories.

Concurrent emissions in other portions of the electromagnetic spectrum have been conspicuous by their absence. An article with further details is linked, below.

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Message 2083979 - Posted: 9 Sep 2021, 0:13:57 UTC - in response to Message 2083972.  
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Thanks for that, interesting observations we've yet to decode!

Further details can be seen on:

Strange Structures, Enormous in Size, Found Near Distant Galaxies

First Ever FRB That Repeats Every 16 Days Gets More Mysterious

Surprising New Finding In Our Galaxy - Repeating FRB From a Magnetar

There's a LOT more yet on:

Space Anomalies and Unexplained Mysteries of 2019 - 3 Hour Compilation

Anton Petrov is well worth subscribing to for a daily look-see for what latest new gems he enthuses about for all things space and science and life:

YouTube - Anton Petrov

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