Fast Radio Burst, a technology that is being used by research centres including NASA to detect unusual sounds coming from outer space has received around 22 radio signals.
These sounds does not originate due to the interference of Earth. Emily Petroff of Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy who has been researching on this expressed her views about how difficult it is to find the source o the sound.
“We spent a lot of time with a lot of telescopes to find anything associated with it,” she told and adding further, “We got new wavelength windows we’ve never gotten before. We’re still trying to figure out where this is from.” She added further “But so far it’s never aliens. Because there are lots of other things things making their way into our data.”
Tweeting about this, Petroff said that these FRB signals reaching Earth are originated from alien life.
The latest blip, FRB 150215, was detected by the Parkes radio telescope in Australia on 15 February 2015 and had the energy of 500 million suns but disappeared without leaving a trace in few milliseconds. Even though there are only 22 FRB’s being identified so far, it is believed that somewhere around 2,000 FRB’s reach the Earth’s surface daily.