Tyrone O'Doherty, a Ph.D. student at Curtin University in Perth, recently found a previously unknown object within our galaxy that emits a burst of radio waves for one minute every 18 minutes and 18 seconds. The signal was picked up using the Murchison Widefield Array telescope in the Western Australian desert, using a technique that Mr. O'Doherty had developed.
In a February 8, 2022 phone call with some of the Supreme Master TV team members, Supreme Master Ching Hai explained the spiritual reason behind the existence of this object. “(Yes, Master. The scientists detected a radio burst from the center of the galaxy. Could Master please explain this phenomenon?) Ah, it is because of Heaven’s countermeasure (Oh!) to all this negative energy that is beaming into our world, trying to help, because of our prayers, because of my prayers also, of course.”
The research team, led by astrophysicist Dr. Natasha Hurley-Walker, believes that the source, which is 4,000 light-years from Earth, may be an ultra-long-period magnetar, which is a slowly spinning neutron star that is left behind after a supergiant star collapses.
Congratulations, Tyrone O'Doherty, on this amazing discovery. In Celestial harmony, may we cherish our human existence within the universe, and always improve our noble quality by serving others in love.