José Manuel NievesSEGUIRMadrid Updated: Save Send news by mail electrónicoTu name *

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A team of astronomers from the japanese University of Keio has just announced the finding a strange and until now never-before-seen signal from radio that are repeated on a regular basis near the center of the Milky Way, the galaxy in which we live. It is “flicker-almost periodic” , which take place every thirty minutes, they are issued at millimetric wave lengths, and that seem to originate from the vicinity of Sagittarius A*, the massive black hole of four million solar masses that occupies the galactic center.

The researchers, however, are confident that the strange signal responds to a completely natural phenomenon, and in an article just published in Astrophysical Journal Letters explain that the