On July 08, 2015 at 06:39AM Mark Said…

Very interesting read. Thanks to +New Scientist​ for sharing

New Scientist originally shared:
In the past three decades astronomers have seen dips in the radio signals from quasars and pulsars, seemingly caused by a dark object passing by.

Mystery plasma blobs lurk in deep space and no one knows why
Dark objects affecting the radio signals from quasars and pulsars could be strangely dense blobs of plasma. But if so, how did they get there?

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