Odd Radio Circles: Strange circular objects in the depths of space

Strange circular objects in the depths of space
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Strange circular objects

Astronomers have detected four stranger circular objects in distant space, which they say have never been observed.

These circular objects have been likened to the Life Sciences website of floating islands, and they have been called temporarily “strange radio circuits,” because they appear as radiant discs when detected at radio wavelengths; Scientists cannot determine what it is, or how far away it is from us, but they are beginning to explore some new possibilities.

Forts of alien radio circuits

These strange radio circuits are not monitored by infrared, X-ray, or visible spectrum. Rather, they mentioned in a research paper published last month that they had discovered radio frequencies in a project called “the evolutionary universe map.”

“This is a nice indication of the types of objects that will appear in radio astronomy in the next two years. History has taught us that when we explore space from a new window, we discover exciting strange bodies,” said Christine Speixen, astronomer at the Royal Military College in Canada, who was not involved in the study.

circular objects: Guess and prospect

The next step is an attempt to find out the nature of these strange radio circuits, and the astronomers involved in the study are already excluded: supernovae, star formation, planetary nebulae, and gravitational lensing effects.

Because there are two visible galaxies in two of these circles, researchers believe that these circuits are shock waves connected to a kind of galactic phenomenon. But any explanation is still only a guess.

these circular objects were discovered by Australian radio telescopes at the end of 2019, they were only visible in radio waves and were not detected in infrared, X-rays, and optical bands.

Scientists called it “Odd Radio Circles”.

The shape of objects is similar to circles or bubbles, and all objects are located in high galaxy latitudes and are about one minute in diameter (i.e. about 3% of the moon’s size).

Scientists have not been able to determine the true size of bodies because the distance to them is not yet known, according to the scientific journal “Nature”, where the site “arxiv” published the study.

Scientists believe that “goblins” are giant spherical shock waves resulting from some massive events outside the Milky Way.

According to scientists, these foreign bodies are incompatible with any of the known types of science, and information and other documents are now collected to determine what they are and whether they can be strange manifestations of things previously known to science.