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X-Ray Pulsar Pair Caught Morphing [Space]
posted September 26 2013 14:59.38 by spic0m




Astronomers have finally witnessed a long-sought example of pulsar evolution. Designated PSR J1824-2452I, this X-ray Binary is being spun up to millisecond speeds by a tiny companion, 1/5th the Sun's mass.


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