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

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For four long years, a team of astronomers of the observatory, uk Jodrell Bank, University of Manchester, has not taken away the eye to a particular point in the sky, close to 3,000 million light years from Earth. Because at that point, at any time and without know why, it produces a rapid and strong radio emission, a FRB (Fast Radio Burst) or, in Spanish, burst fast radio. The signal only lasts a few milliseconds, but the flash is so powerful that it releases, in that brief time, an amount of energy that is equivalent to thousands of suns. Such is its power that even despite the huge distance that