Shocked by Radio Waves That Defy the Laws of Physics, Astronomers

A team of physicists is baffled by fresh measurements of a distant galaxy cluster and wonders whether they've uncovered a new kind of physics.

New study by Australian physicists Tessa Vernstrom and Christopher Reisely of Italy's Universita di Bologna describes how their finding of a galaxy cluster with a succession of huge.

Low frequency radio wave-emitting objects seems to break the rules of physics in their new publication.

The Abell 3266 galaxy cluster has three huge, radio wave-emitting objects that were identified using radio and X-ray telescopes.

These include a fossil radio emission, a radio relic, and a radio halo.

The researchers found that these sorts of items are unusual, although not completely unheard of.

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