There is no coherent explanation for newly observed salvos of radio waves emanating from a direction near the Galactic Centre. Are they from a new type of stellar object? The search is on for similar radio emitters.
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Kulkarni, S., Phinney, E. Blasts from the radio heavens. Nature 434, 28–29 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1038/434028a
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