Astronomers discover mysterious radio bursts from deep space and a fast punching mantis shrimp
Posted on: Thu 27 Aug 2020
Back in February astronomers discovered a strange signal from deep space that repeated in a regular pattern. Over the past five years, the signal came and went roughly every 160 days.
Also, mantis shrimps are claimed to be the fastest punchers in the ocean due to an impact-resistant nanoparticle coating around their claws.
Ben Lewis, Producer for Australia’s Science Channel joins Breakfast’s Tom Mann and Zoe Kounadis for an in-depth discussion about this topic.
Produced by Malvika Hemanth
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