Fast radio burst tracked to its galaxy of origin

Detection offers clue to matter hiding in space between galaxies


HUNTING FOR GALAXIES  Radio telescopes at the Australia Telescope Compact Array (pictured) helped pinpoint the latest fast radio burst to a galaxy about 6 billion light-years away.

Alex Cherney

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