Ziteng (Andy) Wang is a PhD student at the University of Sydney. He recently discovered an unusual radio signal coming from the direction of the Milky Way’s center.
The radio waves Andy discovered using the ASKAP radio telescope in Western Australia don’t fit any currently understood pattern of variable radio source and could suggest a new class of stellar object. Andy joins the K0LWC channel to talk about his discovery and how astronomers use radio telescopes around the world to look for faint radio signals across the cosmos.
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