Sydney: Australian Astronomers captured unusual signals coming from the direction of galactic centre.
According to Astrophysical Journal, the Astronomers from Australias University of Sydney captured the radio waves from a strange new source, ASKAP J173608.2-321635 which could suggest a new class of stellar object.

The new signal has a very high polarisation and  its light oscillates only in one direction. The direction however was rotating with time, as the journal says.

Wang Ziteng, lead author of the study said in the journal that the brightness of the object varies dramatically, by a factor of 100, and the signal randomly switches on and off. The object behaviour was extraordinary and intermittent, making it harder to reveal the secret of source.

The journal referring to the unique behaviour of the object stated that it  started out invisible, became bright, faded away and then reappeared.
The Astronomers , because of its intermittent  signals observed it for for 15 minutes every few weeks with a hope to see it again but the behaviour of the source was dramatically different as it disappeared in a single day, even though it had lasted for weeks during previous observations.

The Astronomers , to get more clues would be keeping their eyes on the object.