A second repeating fast radio burst has been tracked to a distant galaxy

This series of brief radio signals comes from a galaxy 1.6 billion light-years away

Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment

EARLY DAYS  The Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment in western Canada spotted 13 new fast radio bursts last summer, one of which repeats. The telescope wasn’t even operating at full capacity at the time.

CHIME Collaboration

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