According to foreign media reports, in June this year, astronomers discovered a fast radio storm (FRB) – FRB 121102, which repeats in a regular way from somewhere in outer space. This is the second discovery of FRB with recognizable repetitive patterns, and the first was found in February this year. FRB is an instantaneous radio pulse whose length varies from one millisecond to a few milliseconds. But we are still not sure why they exist and what they are. < p > < p > in June, a study published in Monthly Notices of the Royal Asian society pointed out that based on data collected over five years, researchers were able to theorize FRB 121102, which is repeated every 157 days. The team predicts they will receive another signal in July or August this year. < / P > < p > a new preprint study confirmed the restart of FRB 121102, which also confirmed a similar cycle: 161 ± 5 days. New data confirm the early theory that FRB 121102 is sending a repetitive radio pulse; in addition, it allows scientists to predict its activity and conduct more effective research on it to learn more about its origin. “I think it’s very likely that we’ll find a natural explanation for these events, but I’m willing to keep an open mind and follow the evidence,” said Adam Deller, an astrophysicist at the University of science and technology in Swinburne Kaustubh Rajwade of the University of Manchester, who led the first confirmed repeat of the FRB study, believes it could be a neutron star. Global Tech