List of fast radio bursts

This is a list of fast radio bursts. Items are listed here if information about the fast radio burst has been published. Although there could be thousands of detectable events per day, only detected ones are listed.

Name Date and time (UTC) for 1581.804688 MHz RA
(J2000)
Decl.
(J2000)
DM
(pc.cm−3)
Width
(ms)
Peak flux
(Jy)
Maximum
estimated
comoving
distance (Gly)
Observed
comoving
distance (Gly)
Notes
FRB 010312 2001-03-12 11:06:47.98 05h 27m −64° 56′ 1187±14 24.3±1.3 0.2±0.05 10.14±0.15
FRB 010621[1] 2001-06-21 13:02:11.30 18h 52m −08° 30′ 748±3 8+4
−2.3
0.53+0.26
−0.09
2.41±0.03
FRB 010724[2] 2001-07-24 19:50:01.69 01h 18m −75° 12′ 375±3 13+5
−11
30+10
−10
3.42±0.05 "Lorimer Burst"
FRB 011025[3] 2001-01-25 00:29:15.79 19h 07m −40° 37′ 790.3±3 9.4±0.2 0.54+0.11
−0.07
6.62±0.10 Announced in 2014 as FRB 011025 (from data archived in 2001).
FRB 090625[4] 2009-06-25 21:53:52.85 03h 07m −29° 55′ 899.55±0.01 1.9+0
−1.9
1.14+0.42
−0.21
8.22±0.12
FRB 110214 2011-02-14 07:14:10.353 01h 21m −49° 47′ 168.9±0.5 1.9±0.9 27+1028
−0
1.79±0.02
FRB 110220[5] 2011-02-20 01:55:48.096 22h 35m −12° 24′ 944.38±0.05 5.6±0.1 1.3 8.48±0.12
FRB 110523 [6][7][8] 2011-05-23 15:06:19.7 21h 45m −00° 10′ 623.30±0.06 1.73±0.17 0.6 5.77±0.09 700–900 MHz at Green Bank radio telescope, detection of both circular and linear polarization.
FRB 110626[5] 2011-06-26 21:33:17.477 21h 04m −44° 44′ 723.0±0.3 1.41+1.22
−0.45
0.63+1.22
−0.12
6.62±0.10
FRB 110703[5] 2011-07-03 18:59:40.607 23h 31m −02° 52′ 1103.6±0.7 3.9+2.24
−1.85
0.48+0.28
−0.10
9.72±0.14
FRB 120127[5] 2012-01-27 08:11:21.725 23h 15m −18° 26′ 553.3±0.3 1.21+0.64
−0.25
0.62+0.35
−0.10
5.25±0.09
FRB 121002.1[9][4] 2012-10-02 13:09:18.402 18h 15m −85° 12′ 1629.18±0.02 5.44+3.5
−1.2
0.39 12.82±0.17 double burst 5.1 ms apart
FRB 121002.2[4] 2012-10-02 13:09:18.46 0.43+0.33
−0.06
FRB 121029 2012-10-29 16:06:26.0 00h 12m +42° 04′ 732±5 320±40 0.34 6.46±0.10
FRB 121102[10] 2012-11-02 06:35:53.244 05h 31m 58.7s +33° 08′ 52.6″ 557±2 3.0±0.5 0.4+0.4
−0.1
3.85±0.06 by Arecibo radio telescope
FRB 130626[4] 2013-06-26 14:55:59.771 16h 27m −07° 28′ 952.4±0.1 1.98+1.2
−0.44
0.74+0.49
−0.11
8.22±0.12
FRB 130628[4] 2013-06-28 03:58:00.178 09h 03m +03° 26′ 469.88±0.01 0.64±0.13 1.91+0.29
−0.23
4.30±0.08
FRB 130729[4] 2013-07-29 09:01:51.19 13h 41m −06° 00′ 861±2 15.61+9.98
−6.27
0.22+0.17
−0.046
7.80±0.11
FRB 131030 2013-10-30 16:13:15.00 00h 25m +39° 59′ 203±4 530±40 0.24 1.50±0.02
FRB 131104[11] 2013-11-04 18:04:01.2 06h 44m −51° 17′ 779±1 2.37+0.89
−0.45
1.16+0.35
−0.126
6.88±0.10 'near' Carina Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy
FRB 140212 2014-02-12 10:31:14.00 01h 31m +30° 32′ 910±4 390±40 0.26 8.15±0.12
FRB 140514[12] 2014-05-14 17:14:11.06 22h 34m −12° 19′ 562.7±0.6 2.8+3.5
−0.7
0.47+0.099
−0.136
5.32±0.08 21 ± 7 per cent (3σ) circular polarization
FRB 141113 2014-11-13 07:42:55.22 06h 13m +18° 47′ 400.3 2 0.039 1.96±0.02
FRB 141216 2014-12-16 13:03:24.00 00h 14m +41° 38′ 545±5 870±40 0.23 4.83±0.09
FRB 150215[13] 2015-02-15 20:41:41.714 18h 17m −04° 54′ 1105.6±0.8 2.88+1.2
−0.57
0.7+0.28
−0.095
6.72±0.10 43% linear 3% circular polarized
FRB 150418 2015-04-18 04:29:06.657 07h 17m −19° 01′ 776.2±0.5 0.8±0.3 2.2+0.6
−0.3
5.84±0.09 Detection of linear polarization. The origin of the burst is disputed.[14][15][16][17]
FRB 150517.1 2015-05-17 17:42:08.712 05h 31m 58.7s +33° 08′ 52.6″ 560±4 3.8±0.4 0.03 3.85±0.06 10 repeat bursts at FRB 121102 location: 2 bursts on May 17 and 8 bursts on June 2[18][19]
FRB 150517.2 2015-05-17 17:51:40.921 566±10 3.3±0.4 0.03
FRB 150602.1 2015-06-02 16:38:07.575 555±3 4.6±0.3 0.04
FRB 150602.2 2015-06-02 16:47:36.484 558±10 8.7±1.5 0.02
FRB 150602.3 2015-06-02 17:49:18.627 559±10 2.8±0.4 0.02
FRB 150602.4 2015-06-02 17:49:41.319 6.1±1.4 0.02
FRB 150602.5 2015-06-02 17:50:39.298 556.5±3.7 6.6±0.1 0.14
FRB 150602.6 2015-06-02 17:53:45.528 557.4±3.7 6.0±0.3 0.05
FRB 150602.7 2015-06-02 17:56:34.787 558.7±4.9 8.0±0.5 0.05
FRB 150602.8 2015-06-02 17:57:32.020 556.5±1.1 3.06±0.04 0.31
FRB 150610 2015-06-10 05:26:59.396 10h 44m −40° 05′ 1593.9±0.6 2±1 0.7±0.2 12.17±0.16
FRB 150807 2015-08-07 17:53:55.83 22h 43m −55° 05′ 266.5±0.1 0.35±0.05 128±5 2.45±0.03
FRB 151018.1 2015-10-18 01:05:48.00 05h 31m 58.7s +33° 08′ 52.6″ 570±5 650+0
−650
1.4 3.85±0.06 double burst 2.5 seconds apart at FRB121102 location
FRB 151018.2 2015-10-18 01:05:50.50 400+0
−400
FRB 151113 2015-11-13 08:32:42.375 559.9±7.1 6.73±1.12 0.04 5 repeat bursts at FRB121102 location: 1 burst on November 13 and 4 bursts on November 19
FRB 151119.1 2015-11-19 10:44:40.524 565.1±5.2 6.1±0.57 0.06
FRB 151119.2 2015-11-19 10:51:34.957 568.8±6.6 6.14±1 0.04
FRB 151119.3 2015-11-19 10:58:56.234 4.3±1.4 0.02
FRB 151119.4 2015-11-19 11:05:52.492 560.0±6.4 5.97±0.35 0.09
FRB 151125 2015-11-25 15:42:36.00 01h 32m +30° 59′ 273±4 1680±40 0.54 2.38±0.03
FRB 151206 2015-12-06 06:17:52.78 19h 21m −04° 08′ 1909.8±0.6 3±0.6 0.3±0.04 14.29±0.20
FRB 151208 2015-12-08 04:54:40.26 05h 31m 58.7s +33° 08′ 52.6″ 558.6±1.7 2.5±0.23 0.03 3.85±0.06 at FRB121102 location
FRB 151230 2015-12-30 16:15:46.525 09h 41m −03° 27′ 960.4±0.5 4.4±0.5 0.42±0.03 8.90±0.13
FRB 160102 2016-01-02 08:28:39.374 22h 39m −30° 11′ 2596.1±0.3 3.4±0.8 0.5±0.1 17.81±0.27
FRB 160206 2016-02-06 10:26:50.00 01h 01m +41° 38′ 1262±5 1590±40 0.26 10.67±0.15
FRB 160317[20] 2016-03-17 09:00:36.53 07h 54m −29° 37′ 1165±11 21±7 3 8.09±0.11 First FRB observed by the interferometer UTMOST
FRB 160410[20] 2016-04-10 08:33:39.68 08h 41m +06° 05′ 278±3 4±1 7 2.35±0.03
FRB 160608[20] 2016-06-08 03:53:01.088 07h 37m −40° 48′ 682±7 9±6 4.3 4.60±0.09
FRB 160823 2016-08-23 17:51:23.921 05h 31m 58.7s +33° 08′ 52.6″ 567±2 2 3.85±0.06 at FRB121102 location
FRB 160920 2016-09-20 03:05:43.00 05h 34m +41° 45′ 1767±4 5000 0.22 12.23±0.16
FRB 161202 2016-12-02 13:24:54.00 23h 44m +40° 48′ 291±4 810±40 0.29 2.38±0.03
FRB 170107[21] 2017-01-07 20:05:08.139 11h 23m −05° 00′ 609.5±0.5 2.4±0.2 24.1 5.81±0.09 first by ASKAP, high fluence ~58 Jy ms. In Leo. Galactic latitude 51°, Distance 3.1 Gpc, isotropic energy ~3 x 1034 J[21]
FRB 170416 2017-04-16 23:11:12.799 22h 13m −55° 02′ 523.2±0.2 5±0.6 19.4 4.92±0.09
FRB 170428 2017-04-28 18:02:34.700 21h 47m −41° 51′ 991.7±0.9 4.4±0.5 7.7 8.84±0.13
FRB 170606 2017-06-06 10:03:27.00 05h 34m +41° 45′ 247±5 3300 0.54
FRB 170707 2017-07-07 06:17:34.354 02h 59m −57° 16′ 235.2±0.6 3.5±0.5 14.8 2.15±0.02
FRB 170712 2017-07-12 13:22:17.394 22h 36m −60° 57′ 312.79±0.07 1.4±0.3 37.8 2.94±0.04
FRB 170826.1-15 2017-08-26 13:52:01.252 05h 31m 58.7s +33° 08′ 52.6″ 565±5 1.74 0.38 3.85±0.06 15 more bursts at the location of FRB 121102 detected by Green Bank Telescope over a 24-minute interval, bringing the total received bursts from this location to 34.[22]
FRB 170827[23] 2017-08-27 16:20:18 00h 49m −65° 33′ 176.80±0.04 0.40±0.01 60±20 1.57±0.02 low DM
FRB 170906 2017-09-06 13:06:56.488 22h 00m −19° 57′ 390.3±0.4 2.5±0.3 29.6 3.69±0.05
FRB 170922[24] 2017-09-22 11:23:33.4 21h 30m −08° 00′ 1111±1 34.1+2.6
−2.8
2.3±0.5 9.03±0.13 extreme scattering (long pulse)
FRB 171003 2017-10-03 04:07:23.781 12h 30m −14° 07′ 463.2±1.2 2.0±0.2 40.5 4.37±0.08
FRB 171004 2017-10-04 03:23:39.250 11h 58m −11° 54′ 304.0±0.3 2.0±0.3 22 2.84±0.04
FRB 171019 2017-10-19 13:26:40.097 22h 18m −08° 35′ 460.8±1.1 5.4±0.3 40.5 4.37±0.08 repeating FRB
FRB 171020 2017-10-20 10:27:58.598 22h 15m −19° 40′ 114.1±0.2 3.2±0.5 117.6 0.85±0.01
FRB 171116 2017-11-16 14:59:33.305 03h 31m −17° 14′ 618.5±0.5 3.2±0.5 19.6 5.87±0.09
FRB 171209[25] 2017-12-09 20:34:23.5 15h 50m −46° 10′ 1457.4±0.03 2.5 1.48 14.71±0.21
FRB 171213 2017-12-13 14:22:40.467 03h 39m −10° 56′ 158.6±0.2 1.5±0.2 88.6 1.34±0.02
FRB 171216 2017-12-16 17:59:10.822 03h 28m −57° 04′ 203.1±0.5 1.9±0.3 21 1.79±0.02
FRB 180110 2018-01-10 07:34:34.959 21h 53m −35° 27′ 715.7±0.2 3.2±0.2 128.1 6.69±0.10
FRB 180119 2018-01-19 12:24:40.747 03h 29m −12° 44′ 402.7±0.7 2.7±0.5 40.7 3.85±0.06
FRB 180128.1 2018-01-28 00:59:38.617 13h 56m −06° 43′ 441.4±0.2 2.9±0.3 17.5 4.24±0.07
FRB 180128.2 2018-01-28 04:53:26.796 22h 22m −60° 15′ 495.9±0.7 2.3±0.2 28.7 4.73±0.09
FRB 180130 2018-01-30 04:55:29.993 21h 52m −38° 34′ 343.5±0.4 4.1±1 23.1 3.23±0.05
FRB 180131 2018-01-31 05:45:04.320 21h 50m −40° 41′ 657.7±0.5 4.5±0.4 22.2 6.16±0.09
FRB 180212 2018-02-12 23:45:04.399 14h 21m −03° 35′ 167.5±0.5 1.81±0.06 53 1.47±0.02
FRB 180301[26] 2018-03-01 07:34:19.76 06h 13m +04° 34′ 520 3 0.5 positive spectrum, from Breakthrough Listen
FRB 180309[27] 2018-03-09 02:49:32.99 21h 25m −33° 59′ 263.42±0.01 0.475 27.6 2.41±0.03
FRB 180311[28] 2018-03-11 04:11:54.80 21h 32m −57° 44′ 1570.9±0.5 13.4 0.15 16.86±0.25
FRB 180315 2018-03-15 05:05:30.985 19h 35m −26° 50′ 479±0.4 2.4±0.3 23.3 4.57±0.09
FRB 180321 2018-03-21 07:05:54.00 00h 33m +42° 02′ 594±5 1670±40 0.54 5.35±0.09
FRB 180324 2018-03-24 09:31:46.706 06h 16m −34° 47′ 431±0.4 4.3±0.5 16.5 3.78±0.06
FRB 180417 2018-04-17 13:18:31.00 12h 25m +14° 13′ 474.8 2.52 21.8 4.63±0.09
FRB 180430 2018-04-30 10:00:35.70 06h 51m −09° 57′ 264.1±0.5 1.2 147.5±3.3 1.08±0.01
FRB 180515 2018-05-15 21:57:26.485 23h 13m −42° 15′ 355.2±0.5 1.9±0.4 24.2 2.58±0.04
FRB 180525 2018-05-25 15:19:06.515 14h 40m −02° 12′ 388.1±0.3 3.8±0.1 78.9 3.72±0.05
FRB 180528 2018-05-28 04:24:00.9 06h 39m −49° 54′ 899.3±0.6 2.0±0.2 15.75 9.75±0.14
FRB 180714 2018-07-14 10:00:08.7 17h 46m −11° 46′ 1467.92±0.3 2.9 0.6 14.87±0.21
FRB 180725[29] 2018-07-25 17:59:32.813 06h 13m +67° 04′ 715.98±0.02 0.31+0.08
−0.07
39 6.43±0.10 first detection of an FRB at radio frequencies below 700 MHz
realtime detection by CHIME
FRB 180727 2018-07-27 00:52:04.474 13h 11m +26° 26′ 642.07±0.03 0.78±0.16 18 6.20±0.10
FRB 180729.1 2018-07-29 00:48:19.238 13h 16m +55° 32′ 109.61±0.002 0.12±0.01 283 0.85±0.01
FRB 180729.2 2018-07-29 17:28:18.258 05h 58m +56° 30′ 317.37±0.01 0.08 113 2.38±0.03
FRB 180730 2018-07-30 03:37:25.937 03h 53m +87° 12′ 849.047±0.002 0.42±0.04 119 7.66±0.11
FRB 180801 2018-08-01 08:47:14.793 21h 30m +72° 43′ 656.2±0.03 0.51±0.09 55 5.71±0.09
FRB 180806 2018-08-06 14:13:03.107 15h 15m +75° 38′ 739.98±0.03 0.69 35 6.91±0.11
FRB 180810.1 2018-08-10 17:28:54.614 06h 46m +34° 52′ 414.95±0.02 0.27 41 3.29±0.05
FRB 180810.2 2018-08-10 22:40:42.493 11h 59m +83° 07′ 169.134±0.002 0.28±0.03 61 1.34±0.02
FRB 180812 2018-08-12 11:45:32.872 01h 12m +80° 47′ 802.57±0.04 1.25+0.49
−0.47
14 7.08±0.11
FRB 180814.1 2018-08-14 14:20:14.440 15h 54m +74° 01′ 238.32±0.01 0.18 139 2.12±0.02
FRB 180814.2[30] 2018-08-14 14:49:48.022 04h 22m 22s +73° 40′ 189.38±0.09 2.6±0.2 8.1 1.11±0.01 Detected by CHIME. Second repeating FRB to be discovered and first since 2012.
FRB 180817 2018-08-17 01:49:20.202 15h 33m +42° 12′ 1006.84±0.002 0.37 70 9.20±0.14
FRB 180906 2018-09-06 01:17:47.380 04h 22m 22s +73° 40′ 191±3 3.9 5.4 1.11±0.01 at FRB 180814.2 location
FRB 180911 2018-09-11 12:59:13.733 189.8±0.9 7.9 0.43
FRB 180916 2018-09-16 10:15:19.803 01h 58m 00.75s +65° 43′ 00.5″ 349.2±0.4 1.4±0.07 1.4±0.6 1.63±0.02 0.45±0.02 repeating FRB localized to a nearby spiral galaxy
FRB 180917 2018-09-17 00:46:35.359 04h 22m 22s +73° 40′ 189.5±0.1 63 1.0 1.11±0.01 at FRB 180814.2 location
FRB 180919 2018-09-19 12:36:09.141 190±0.1 16 0.75
FRB 180924[31] 2018-09-24 16:23:12.6265 21h 44m 25.26s −40° 54′ 00.1″ 361.42±0.06 1.3±0.09 16 4.26±0.07 3.99±0.06 first non-repeating FRB whose source has been localized
FRB 181016 2018-10-16 04:16:56.30 15h 46m −25° 25′ 1982.8±2.8 8.6+0.7
−0.8
10.19 17.78±0.27
FRB 181017.1 2018-10-17 10:24:37.40 22h 06m −08° 51′ 239.97±0.03 0.33 90 2.54±0.04
FRB 181017.2 2018-10-17 23:26:11.86 17h 05m +68° 17′ 1281.9±0.4 13.4±0.1 0.4±0.3 10.89±0.15 repeating FRB
FRB 181019 2018-10-19 08:13:22.75 01h 58m 00.75s +65° 43′ 00.5″ 349.0±0.6 4.1±0.3 0.6±0.3 1.63±0.02 0.45±0.02 burst at FRB 180916 location
FRB 181028 2018-10-28 10:12:31.477 04h 22m 22s +73° 40′ 188.9±0.5 42 0.29 1.11±0.01 at FRB 180814.2 location
FRB 181030.1 2018-10-30 04:13:13.025 10h 54m +73° 44′ 103.5±0.7 0.59±0.08 3.2±1.7 0.68±0.01 0.088±0.003 repeating FRB, most likely originating from NGC 3403.
FRB 181030.2 2018-10-30 04:16:21.654 103.5±0.3 1.43±0.08 3.1±1.4
FRB 181104.1 2018-11-04 06:57:18.585 01h 58m 00.75s +65° 43′ 00.5″ 349.5±0.3 1.37±0.07 1.4±0.5 1.63±0.02 0.45±0.02 burst at FRB 180916 location
FRB 181104.2 2018-11-04 07:07:01.591 349.6±0.2 6.3±1.1 0.4±0.2
FRB 181112 2018-11-12 17:31:15.483 21h 49m −52° 58′ 589.27±0.03 2.1±0.2 12 4.96±0.09 5.81±0.10 localized to a small galaxy
FRB 181119 2018-11-19 16:49:03.191 12h 42m +65° 08′ 364.2±1 6.3±0.6 0.3±0.2 3.49±0.05 repeating FRB
FRB 181120 2018-11-20 05:56:06.232 01h 58m 00.75s +65° 43′ 00.5″ 349.9±0.6 1.1±0.09 1.1±0.5 1.63±0.02 0.45±0.02 burst at FRB 180916 location
FRB 181128 2018-11-28 08:27:41.740 04h 56m +63° 23′ 450.2±0.3 2.43±0.16 0.5±0.3 3.56±0.05 repeating FRB
FRB 181219 2018-12-19 07:04:41.678 450.8±0.3 5.5±0.7 0.3±0.2
FRB 181222 2018-12-22 03:59:23.208 01h 58m 00.75s +65° 43′ 00.5″ 349.1±0.1 4.95±0.01 4.9±1.8 1.63±0.02 0.45±0.02 burst at FRB 180916 location
FRB 181223 2018-12-23 03:51:28.960 349.7±0.7 1.06±0.05 1.7±0.6
FRB 181225 2018-12-25 03:53:03.926 348.9±0.7 1.3±0.3 0.4±0.2
FRB 181226 2018-12-26 03:43:30.107 348.8±0.2 0.87±0.03 1.6±0.6
FRB 181228 2018-12-28 13:48:50.10 06h 09m −45° 58′ 354.2±0.9 1.24+0.13
−0.15
19.23 3.78±0.06
FRB 190103 2019-01-03 13:47:23.322 12h 42m +65° 08′ 364.0±0.3 2.66±0.1 0.6±0.3 3.49±0.05 burst at FRB 181119 location
FRB 190116.1 2019-01-16 13:07:33.833 12h 49m +27° 09′ 444.0±0.6 4.0±0.5 0.3±0.2 4.37±0.08 repeating FRB
FRB 190116.2 2019-01-16 13:08:20.412 443.6±0.8 1.5±0.3 0.4±0.2
FRB 190126 2019-01-26 01:32:45.328 01h 58m 00.75s +65° 43′ 00.5″ 349.8±0.5 2.53±0.13 0.7±0.3 1.63±0.02
FRB 190209 2019-02-09 08:20:20.977 09h 37m +77° 40′ 424.6±0.6 3.7±0.5 0.4±0.2 3.95±0.07 repeating FRB
FRB 190210 2019-02-10 08:17:13.907 425.2±0.5 9.4±1.4 0.6±0.4
FRB 190216 2019-02-16 15:26:58.029 17h 05m +68° 17′ 1281.0±0.6 20.2±1.7 0.4±0.2 10.89±0.15 burst at FRB 181017.2 location
FRB 190222 2019-02-22 18:46:01.367 20h 52m +69° 50′ 460.6±0.1 2.97±0.90 1.9±0.6 3.91±0.07 repeating FRB
FRB 190301 2019-03-01 18:03:02.479 459.8±0.4 2.44±0.8 1.4±0.5
FRB 190313 2019-03-13 09:21:46.725 12h 42m +65° 08′ 364.2±0.6 1.5±0.2 0.4±0.2 3.49±0.05 burst at FRB 181119 location
FRB 190523 2019-05-23 06:05:55.815 13h 48m 15.6s +72° 28′ 11″ 760.8±0.6 0.42±0.05 670 7.08±0.11 7.51±0.06 localized to only 5 arcseconds
FRB 190711 2019-07-11 01:53:41.093 21h 56m −80° 23′ 593±2
FRB 190714 2019-07-14 05:17:12.901 12h 16m −13° 00′ 504±2
FRB 190805 2019-08-05 09:21:08 22h 18m −08° 35′ 460.4±0.2 6±2 burst at FRB 171019 location
FRB 190806 2019-08-06 17:07:58.0 00h 02m −07° 35′ 388.5
FRB 190906 2019-09-06 00:08:46 05h 31m 58.7s 33° 08′ 52.6″ burst at FRB 121102 location
FRB 190910.1-12 2019-09-12 12 bursts detected at FRB 121102 location in a 3 hour timespan
FRB 191001 2019-10-01 16:55:35.971 21h 32m −54° 40′ 506.92±0.04 4.37±0.08
FRB 191107 2019-11-07 18:55:36.7 08h 02m −13° 44′ 714.25
FRB 191223 2019-12-23 04:55:31.2 20h 34m −75° 09′ 665
FRB 191228 2019-12-28 09:16:16.444 22h 57m −29° 46′ 297.9±0.5
FRB 200428 2020-04-28 19h 35m +21° 54′

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