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New Options for Locating Fast Radio Bursts

4 Apr 2017, 15:18 UTC
New Options for Locating Fast Radio Bursts James Josephides/Mike Dalley
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Our catalog of distant, highly energetic events continues to grow. On the Fast Radio Burst (FRB) front, we have the welcome news that the Molonglo radio telescope some 40 kilometers from Canberra, Australia has undergone extensive re-engineering, a project that is paying off with the detection of three new FRBs. The telescope’s collecting area of 18,000 square meters and an eight square degree field of view make it ideal for such work.

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