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Pulsar

NASA: A Black Widow Pulsar Consumes Its Mate

NASA: A Black Widow Pulsar Consumes Its Mate
This video describes the unusual binary star systems known as called "black widow" or "redback" binaries and how they can be detected in our universe.

What is a Pulsar? The Science Explained

What is a Pulsar? The Science Explained
The first pulsar was detected in 1967 and these interstellar lighthouses have fascinated scientists ever since. Fraser Cain explains how they are created and what they are.
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