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Spooky circles in space are confusing astronomers

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A mysterious, hazy, circular object has appeared in space, and astronomers have been trying to figure out what it is for over a year. The conversation by Ray Norris, science professor at Western Sydney Universe, via Space.com, astronomer Anna Kapinska presented an image to Norris and the rest of her colleagues in September 2019 titled “WTF?” The image showed a smoky ball cooling in space. None of the scientists knew what it was.

Another was found a few days later. Today, scientists estimate that there are around 1,000. A picture of the phenomenon can be seen in The conversation. Scientists named them ORC, which means “strange radio circles”. They don’t know how big or how far these rings are.

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Is it a ghost? A ring of smoke? A (cool) ghost blowing a ring of smoke? The researchers have not yet ruled them out, but have ruled out “the debris left behind when a star in our galaxy is exploding ”and the radio show, according to The Conversation.

Astronomers around the world are trying to figure this out. The post on The Conversation says two scientists in Russia believe it could be connected to wormholes.

“It’s an exciting time for us,” Norris wrote. “Most astronomical research is aimed at refining our knowledge of the Universe, or testing theories. Very rarely do we have the challenge of stumbling upon a new type of object that no one has seen before, and trying to understand what it is. “Researchers submitted a full article on the unidentified objects, but it is not known when the paper will be published.

Maybe the circles are a message from the Galactic Federation, which may or may not be a reality. It may be an alien race looking for their missing monolith since a monolith was recently found in Utah.

At the very least, those spooky circles further away calls from scientists to continue exploring unidentified objects from space with new technology.

Petey Oneto is a freelance writer for IGN.

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