An exciting event happened on April 28th, when a strong X-ray burst occurred in our galaxy. It is usually very difficult to find the source of X-ray radio bursts in the universe.In fact, this is an X-ray burst in the Milky way, making it easier for NASA and Caltech scientists to find the source. The researchers were able to identify the source as a remnant of a supermagnetic star called a magnetostar.
this finding proves that magnetic stars can produce mysterious and powerful rapid radio bursts (FRB), a phenomenon previously discovered in other galaxies. Before this event, various scenarios were used to explain the origin of the FRB. The California Institute of Technology doctoral student Chris Bochenek (Chris Bochenek) led a study of the incident, saying that the story of future FRBs may have twists and turns, but he believes it is fair to say that most rapid radio bursts come from magnetic stars without other evidence.
A number of researchers in the project were able to determine that the explosion was as powerful as FRB. FRB magnetic stars are believed to be sgr1935 2154, in Vulpecula constellation. Each x ray burst lasted less than a second, and the storm that produced them raged for hours.