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A pulsar (short for pulsating radio star) [1] ... The discovery of pulsars allowed astronomers to study an object never observed before, the neutron star.
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Pulsars: The Universe's Gift to Physics. Pulsars, ... but study of pulsars in binary-star systems have given indirect evidence for their existence.
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The Sounds of Pulsars. A pulsar is a highly magnetised neutron star, with a radius of 10-15 km, having somewhat greater mass than the Sun which has a ...
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Official Full-Text Publication: Why study pulsars optically? on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.
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Why study pulsars optically? A. Shearer 1, A. Golden Computational Astrophysical Laboratory, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland Abstract.
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NASA's Fermi Telescope Probes Dozens of Pulsars. ... In the second study, Fermi scientists examined gamma rays from eight of these "born-again" pulsars, ...
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