The source and nature of the source are unknown and require further investigation. Radio sources are usually different objects in the universe that emit a relatively large amount of radio waves. The strongest sources of this radiation include pulsars (fast-spinning neutron stars), nebulae, and quasars (stellar-like radio sources).
A team of astronomers from Western Sydney University in Australia led by Joel Balzan are discovering a new radio source. mentioned whose true nature remains uncertain.
The origin of the questionable discovery
NGC 2082 observed using a radio telescope a powerful point-like radio source located 20 arcseconds from the galactic center. NGC 2082 is a G-type spiral galaxy in the constellation of Dorado, about 60 million light-years from Earth, and about 33,000 light-years in diameter.
Preliminary analyzes indicate that the radio source will not be a pulsar or supernova remnant because its source is more thermal. The most likely possibility is that J054149.24-641813.7
An extragalactic background source, a radio galaxy, or an active galactic nucleus.
The research material published on this topic has not yet been the subject of professional review study have been shown.
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