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28 April 2016

New study explains source of mysterious radar echoes

After 50 years, scientists think they may have cracked one of atmospheric science’s most persistent mysteries. Every day at dawn, an unknown phenomenon appears. Radar waves bounce off of it and return to radar receivers like an echo. Now, a pair of researchers at Boston University hypothesize that the sun could be causing the inexplicable echoes.


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