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Neutron star

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An artists impression of an ultra-luminous pulsar, seen from a nearby planet.

As astronomers probe the origins of ultra-luminous X-rays, questions mount and models are challenged. Andrew Masterson reports.

Star Formation (Stellar Evolution or Life Cycle Of A Star) | PMF IAS

Star Formation: Nebula, Red dwarf, Red giant, Planetary Nebula, White dwarf, Supernova, Black dwarf, Brown Dwarfs, Neutron stars, Black holes.

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The neutron star is essentially a giant atomic nucleus. It's a whole bunch of neutrons all crammed together into an object just a few miles across. At first glance, that doesn't seem too scary. After all, neutrons are neutral, and how scary can neutralness be?

The neutron star is essentially a giant atomic nucleus. It's a whole bunch of neutrons all crammed together into an object just a few miles across. At first glance, that doesn't seem too scary. After all, neutrons are neutral, and how scary can neutralness be?

Astonishing Neutron Star

Life Cycle of a Star: Types of Stars by Life Cycle - You know a star takes birth, develops, and dies. A star has many phases throughout its life.

𑁍♡Pulsar with Messy Hairstyle𑁍♡ NASA used the Chandra X-ray telescope to deeply expose two high-energy pulsars in the Milky Way. This observation is expected to reveal an important mystery. Pulsars are neutron stars that spin at high speeds. It is formed by the compression of a massive star explosion. Neutron stars have extremely strong magnetic fields, which form high-energy pulsed radiation in two magnetic poles

𑁍♡Pulsar with Messy Hairstyle𑁍♡ NASA used the Chandra X-ray telescope to deeply expose two high-energy pulsars in the Milky Way. This observation is expected to reveal an important mystery. Pulsars are neutron stars that spin at high speeds. It is formed by the compression of a massive star explosion. Neutron stars have extremely strong magnetic fields, which form high-energy pulsed radiation in two magnetic poles