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FAST RADIO BURSTS

Magnetized environs of a repeating radio burst

Nature Astronomyvolume 2pages192193 (2018) | Download Citation

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One of the astrophysical sources that gives rise to the mysterious transients known as fast radio bursts is embedded in a highly magnetized environment, such as the vicinity of an accreting massive black hole or the birth nebula of a highly magnetized neutron star.

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