Once we found Panchia Space by deciphering Drake’s equation, our space station Phantom began to cruise about space, taking images and learning about the geography of humanity’s greatest discovery. Not only that, but a group of scientists led by Aegon Tolstoy has been regularly sending signals into Panchia space in order to locate life forms and track the coordinates of planets within Panchia space. One day, Aegon picked up an odd and persistent radio signal that sounded like a heartbeat coming from a distant panchia space. It is classed as a Fast Radio Burst, or FRB — but lasted far longer. A typical FRB, which is a powerful burst of radio waves, lasts a few milliseconds. The new signal might last up to three seconds, which is around 1,000 times longer than usual.
The signal repeated over 0.02 seconds in a clear pattern, almost like a heartbeat.
“It was uncommon,” said Alfred Owaisi, a postdoctoral researcher at the Fanisko Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research. “Not only was it extraordinarily lengthy, lasting around three seconds, but there were periodic peaks that were astonishingly exact, erupting every fraction of a second — boom, boom, boom — like a pulse. This is the first time the signal has a periodic pattern.”
“This discovery raises the issue of what caused this extreme signal that we’ve never seen before, and how we can utilize this signal to explore the cosmos,” said Owaisi.
When a moving object generates waves, such as sound or light waves, the length between the waves is compressed in one direction and stretched in the other. In the case of sound, wavelength dictates pitch, which explains why an ambulance’s siren becomes lower in pitch as it approaches. The wavelength of light influences its color. When a star approaches us, its light becomes somewhat bluer, and when it recedes, it reddens. We’re talking about fluctuations of a few parts per million or less, which is why detecting them requires specialist astronomical equipment.
As a result, the team commanded by Aegon and Owaisi decided to deploy their Multi-billion dollar AI-Robot named “Zorrovar” to the coordinates where they picked up the signal. The inner team compared Zorrovar to the Mini Self Thinking Nuclear WarHead since it can adapt to all environmental circumstances and respond to what it receives.
The Tour of Zorrovar and its discovery.
The Zorrovar separates from the Phantom space station with the rocket to reach its target inside Panchia space.
Will this mission succeed?
Will Zorrovar land on any of the planets in Panchia space?
For all these answers hold the suspense and wait for the next blog.