After the experiment it became clear that the space did not have a radio frequency signal in the low frequency range.
Fast Radiator (FRB) are signals coming from unknown sources in a deep space. They were first recorded in 2007. Since then, dozens of such epidemics have been documented.
FRB is believed to be a consequence of the release of large amounts of energy. They only last a few milliseconds and it is difficult to determine the source of their origin.
A team of scientists at the Australian Academy of Fine Arts, led by Marc Sokolowski, discovered that FRB was not observed at low frequencies. Researchers have sent the same patch without telescopes: MWA and CSIRO Australian SKA Pathfinder. The latter was used to detect dozens of deep-room signals, which he wrote in Nature. But at that time, like ASKAP, they discovered a new FRB, and the other telescope did not notice anything.
"When ASPAP sees these exceptionally bright events, and MWAs, it tells us there is something really unexpected, or fast radio broadcasting is not broadcast at low frequencies, or block signals on the way to Earth," Sokolowski said.
Scientists could follow a FRB dwarf galaxy of three billion light years from Earth. There is a repeating signal that is very unusual. All other FRBs were one-time events and tracked their work.