Mysterious radio signals reached Earth. Who sent them?

Sudden bursts of radio waves of unknown origin recorded radio telescopes around the world. In order to find the source of a mysterious radiation, astronomers decided to use artificial intelligence. With its help scientists hope to find the answer to what exactly are the measures they have radio signals that traveled billions of light years before reaching Earth.

Astronomers have discovered a previously elusive radio signals

Typically, the radio signals of unknown nature are only detected after astronomers notice some spikes in the data received. Sometimes the decoding of such signals take many years after the incident the incident.

New received signals are complex, cryptic structures that are very different from the structures of those radio signals, which have been adopted by mankind previously. It is because of his incredible ability to elude researchers, the mysterious signals decided to call a quick interference.

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What was the source of mysterious radio interference?

Since the first such signal was found in 2007, scientists have made constant attempts to identify its source. Anyway, a quick radio rather difficult to examine so that fully understand their nature. Due to the poor training of modern technologies and research methods, unexplored still human phenomena, which lead to the appearance of interference, the source of radio waves at present is still unknown.

Despite this, July 4, 2019, in one of the articles of the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, a team of astronomers wrote that they were able to detect five quick bursts in real-time using just one telescope.

Wael Farah, doctoral student Swinburne University of technology in Melbourne, has developed a machine learning system that was able to recognize signature quick interference.

System Farah taught the Molonglo telescope to detect fast radio bursts, allowing researchers were able to identify a certain pattern: each of these bursts is a single event with no analogues. In other words, the probability that a mysterious radio signal was sent to any intelligent life, is extremely unlikely.