For the first time, astronomers have traced a fast radio burst (or FRB) back to its original source - a magnetar.
For the first time, astronomers have picked up a fast radio burst within the confines of the Milky Way.
Astronomers have discovered the first known example of a fast radio burst that repeats in a steady cycle.
For the first time ever, astronomers have been able to trace a fast radio burst back to its galaxy of origin.
Astronomers have picked up a very unusual repeating signal from a distant galaxy and nobody knows what it is.
The previously undiscovered deep space flashes could help scientists solve this ongoing astronomical enigma.
Scientists suspect that the unexplained bursts could be coming from a very strong magnetic environment.
Scientists have detected a further six mystery radio bursts originating from outside of our galaxy.
First picked up in 2001, these so-called 'fast radio bursts' are continuing to perplex scientists.