cosmic radio waves

cosmic radio waves

[′käz·mik ′rād·ē·ō ‚wāvz]
(astronomy)
Radio waves reaching the earth from interstellar or intergalactic sources.
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STUNNING: Fast Radio Bursts, brief yet brilliant eruptions of cosmic radio waves, have baffled astronomers since they were first reported nearly a decade ago.
It took a 25-year-old radio engineer and ham radio operator, Grote Reber, to conduct the first systematic survey of cosmic radio waves.
Yet with it they have taken a practical first step toward subtracting unwanted signals from astronomical measurements of cosmic radio waves.