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A young pulsar has been discovered blazing through the Milky Way at a speed of over a million miles per hour. This stellar speedster, witnessed by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, is one of the fastest objects of its kind ever observed. This incredible result teaches astronomers more about how some

Pulsar Discovered Blazing Through the Milky Way at Over a Million Mile per Hour

Beginning of a new class of neutron star. A new kind of neutron star has been discovered by a University of Sydney astronomer and her colleagues in an unusual Galactic 'graveyard'. Unlike any of its stellar neighbors, the star pulses. An international team led by a University of Sydney scientist

New Type Neutron Star Discovered in Unusual Galactic Graveyard

New Type Neutron Star Discovered in Unusual Galactic Graveyard

When massive stars die, they don't do so quietly.When massive stars die, they don't do so quietly.

At 1.4 Million Mph, Astronomers Detected One of The Fastest Cosmic Objects of Its Kind

The sudden appearance of powerful pulsar could be connected to multiple cosmic enigmasThe sudden appearance of powerful pulsar could be connected to multiple cosmic enigmas

Most powerful pulsar ever discovered may have shed its mask, astronomers say | The Independent

NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory detected a young pulsar that is blazing through the Milky Way at a speed of 1.4 million miles per hour.It is one of the fastest objects of its kind ever seen.

A young pulsar is blazing through our galaxy at a speed of over a million miles per hour - Tech Explorist

A distant dwarf galaxy holds one of the youngest and most energetic neutron stars discovered to date. A distant dwarf galaxy holds one of the youngest and most energetic neutron stars discovered to date.

This powerful pulsar is so young it might still be a teenager | Astronomy.com

Astronomers using data from the VLA Sky Survey have discovered one of the youngest known neutron stars possibly as young as only 14 years.Astronomers using data from the VLA Sky Survey have discovered one of the youngest known neutron stars possibly as young as only 14 years.

Astronomers Find Evidence Of Most Powerful Pulsar In Distant Galaxy

Astronomers analyzing data from the VLA Sky Survey (VLASS) have discovered one of the youngest known neutron stars — the superdense remnant of a massive star that exploded as a supernova. Images from the National Science Foundation’s Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) indicate that bright radio e

Astronomers Discover Evidence for Most Powerful Pulsar in Distant Galaxy

A pulsar is racing through the debris of an exploded star at a speed of over a million miles per hour. To measure this, researchers compared NASA Chandra X-ray Observatory images of G292.0+1.8 taken in 2006 and 2016. Pulsars can form when massive stars run out of fuel, collapse, and explode —

Over a Million Miles per Hour: NASA’s Chandra Catches Pulsar in X-Ray Speed Trap