A mysterious radio signal has been spotted by a telescope in Canada, and it’s one of the lowest in frequency to date.

Details of the signal were posted to The Astronomer’s Telegram, a website where accredited astronomers can post observations.

An observation posted last week by Patrick Boyle from Canada’s McGill University finds a radio telescope called the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME) discovered a fast radio burst, which are short bursts of radio waves coming from beyond the Milky Way Galaxy.

via Mystery radio signal from space detected, astronomers say

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