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Astronomers Track a Fast Radio Burst to Its Source—a Magnetar

In the morning of April 28, a newly built radio telescope was monitoring the quiet skies over British Columbia when it caught the flash that would change everything. One of the telescope’s duties was to search for fast radio bursts—millisecond-long blips that, until then, had always come from distant galaxies. No one knew for sure…


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