OREANDA-NEWS Since mankind discovered the first fast radio burst more than twelve years ago, this phenomenon has not become any less mysterious. Scientists still do not understand the nature of FRB.

However, new bursts detected by a radio telescope in Canada can help sort out a strange phenomenon. Researchers say they now have enough statistics to establish the true nature of the phenomenon.

“Some signals were repeated twice, some ten times, but the bulk repeated only once. The longest interval between repetitions is twenty hours. It’s too early to make accurate conclusions, but our data indicate that the nature of the phenomena that we know like Fast Radio Bursts, it can be different. That is, some FRB sources are obviously much more active than others," astronomers say, adding that radio telescopes around the world continue to" listen" to new fast radio bursts. Perhaps these mysterious signals are attempts to communicate made by intelligent inhabitants of distant stellar systems.