More fast radio bursts detected from same location

Repeated wave blasts suggest nondestructive event as source


COME AGAIN  A young neutron star might be behind a repeating source of cosmic radio waves detected at the Arecibo Observatory (left) and the Green Bank Telescope (right).

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