Somewhere in a galaxy far, far away
Ok, which moron forgot to to turn on the white noise jammer when test firing the microwave pulse cannons?
Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) have gone from mysterious to intriguing, intriguing to exciting, exciting to maybe-explained, and just took a jump back to mysterious. That's because the latest observations of the Fast Radio Burst (FRB) phenomenon, published in Nature, has turned up an FRB that repeats. That suggests either that the …
That microwave would fail a CE test.
The door relay should cut-out the emitter before the door opens - as you press the open button on the older ones or the moment the door separates on the newer ones which do not have the "open" button (it is usually a reed relay).
Shouldn't that read "repeating FRBs detected" instead of "regular FRBs detected"? "Regular" implies a pattern, and if I've read the article right so far no pattern has emerged. (Yet?) *
Anyway, interesting! What was happening six billion years ago?
* Yes, I like having a bit of pedantry with my 11 am coffee...
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