| Researchers of ALIEN Radio Signals Discover 8 New Sources, One From Nearby Galaxy
Astronomers studying Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs), some of the rarest and most enigmatic phenomena in deep space, have detected eight new repeating signals, which could hold the key to solving where exactly they come from. While these curious signals are alien in origin, no one should be expecting little green men contacting their friends in Area 51 about the allegedly impending September raid. We currently don't know what these bursts are or what causes them, though some suspect they may be the death rattles of neutron stars or young magnetars, extremely dense star cores spinning in a magnetic field. The eight new repeating FRBs detected by the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME) radio telescope now bring the total number of known repeating FRBs to 10. These perplexing, 'alien' signals have captured humanity's attention for over a decade, as the world's best and brightest try to figure out both what they are and what causes them. The majority of FRBs are only detected