“It seems different to all types of astronomical objects we know, it may be a new type of object,” said the study’s lead author.
Scientists have discovered a new cluster of unknown radio waves emanating from our galaxy’s center. According to scientists, the signals don’t line up with any known space object.
As detailed in a new paper published on Tuesdayin the American Astronomical Society, researchers from the University of Sydney located a light formation at the center of the Milky Way six times between January and September of 2020. Each time it was a different size, polarized every time, meaning it is rotating in a corkscrew pattern at a constant rate. All of this points to the possibility that this is a new class of object in space, such as a new type of star.
It’s going to be a beautiful Fall day here in the southwest corner of Québec… 12-19 knot westerlies, and clear skies until mid-afternoon. Should I sail first, or go shooting leaves? Hmm… these things are not mutually exclusive; I can capture from the water!