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Colors of the homeland |  Scientists are close to solving the mystery of the mysterious ghostly sky circles "Baladi"

Colors of the homeland | Scientists are close to solving the mystery of the mysterious ghostly sky circles “Baladi”

Scientists believe they are on the verge of solving the mysterious series of “ghost circles” floating in the sky, which the team of researchers discovered while using the CSIRO ASKAP radio telescope in Western Australia in 2019.

At the time, they had no idea what they were looking for, describing them briefly as “individual radio circuits.” Since then, their origin has remained a mystery, according to unilad.

Mysterious Ghost Sky Circles Puzzle

New data from the MeerKAT telescope in South Africa has gone a long way in explaining the mystery, according to the research team. These mysterious circles are centered on a galaxy too faint to be detected early on.

It’s likely just massive explosions of hot gas, about a million light-years across, emanating from the galactic center, with researchers now releasing a more detailed image of one of these circles, which they believe indicates was caused by the shock wave.

In his book The Conversation on the discovery, Ray Morris said that this was an important step in understanding the true nature of the mysterious circles, adding: “You can see MeerKAT a small point of radio emission in the middle of the ring that coincides with a distant galaxy, but now we’re sure , that this galaxy gave birth to the phantom circles.

Ray: “The mystery of the mysterious circles has not been solved yet.”

“We see mysterious circles in the central galaxies, and they are all at great distances from Earth,” says Ray. “We now think that these rings surround distant galaxies about a billion light-years away, which means that the rings are massive.”

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Hot gas may have exploded through the galaxy, forming these ghostly circles, according to Morris: “The mystery of the mysterious circles has not been solved yet, but we have only discovered them using radio telescopes. We don’t see any of the rings in light or infrared wavelengths. infrared or x-rays.

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