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Crikey, that's FAST: China clocks 84 pulsars in 2 years using world's largest radio telescope

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News video: Mysterious space radio wavesfinally pinpointed by scientists

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MURCHISON / AUSTRALIA — Australian scientists have for the first time pinpointed the precise location of a mysterious burst of radio waves that originated in another galaxy. According to a release by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization or CSIRO, researchers in a...

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