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Recent work will use the forthcoming Electron-Ion Collider to investigate what contributes to a neutron's spin. Continue reading Scientists aim to pin down neutron spin on Tech Explorist.

Recent work will use the forthcoming Electron-Ion Collider to investigate what contributes to a neutron's spin. Continue reading Scientists aim to pin down neutron spin on Tech Explorist.

The existence of neutron stars was not only a brilliant theoretical prediction, but also one of the most unexpected and astonishing discoveries of all heavenly bodies. Twenty-five years after the remarkable event of their discovery, neutron stars, which are the densest, the most strongly magnetized, and the most rapid­ ly rotating bodies in the Galaxy, remain objects of intense interest. This book is a revised and enlarged version of the original Russian edition. The last five years were marked

The existence of neutron stars was not only a brilliant theoretical prediction, but also one of the most unexpected and astonishing discoveries of all heavenly bodies. Twenty-five years after the remarkable event of their discovery, neutron stars, which are the densest, the most strongly magnetized, and the most rapid­ ly rotating bodies in the Galaxy, remain objects of intense interest. This book is a revised and enlarged version of the original Russian edition. The last five years were…

NASA on Twitter: "From @chandraxray, a new look at Cassiopeia A, featured in the observatory's 1999 "first light" image.  This glowing debris field in space is what's left after a massive star exploded, 11,000 light years away. How this cosmic object has changed over time: https://t.co/LnFvX7IK1A… https://t.co/q9Ie4L1VrB"

“From @chandraxray, a new look at Cassiopeia A, featured in the observatory's 1999 "first light" image. This glowing debris field in space is what's left after a massive star exploded, 11,000 light years away. How this cosmic object has changed over time: https://t.co/LnFvX7IK1A”

There’s a type of neutron star called a ‘Magnetar’ which has a magnetic field that’s so powerful that being within 1,000 miles of one would warp all the atoms in your body and from a distance of 100,000 miles away it would be able to wipe out the...

There's a type of neutron star called a 'Magnetar' which has a magnetic field that's so powerful that being within 1,000 miles of one would warp all the atoms in your body and from a distance of...

La ráfaga rápida de radio detectada dura hasta tres segundos, unas 1000 veces más que la media de las FRB y se repite cada 0,2 segundos siguiendo un patrón similar al de un corazón que late. Podría tener su origen en una estrella de neutrones lejana.

La ráfaga rápida de radio detectada dura hasta tres segundos, unas 1000 veces más que la media de las FRB y se repite cada 0,2 segundos siguiendo un patrón similar al de un corazón que late. Podría tener su origen en una estrella de neutrones lejana.

Fact 5 of 42: Neutron stars are so dense that a teaspoon of them would be equal to the weight of the entire Earth's population.

Fact 5 of 42: Neutron stars are so dense that a teaspoon of them would be equal to the weight of the entire Earth's population.

Las estrellas de neutrones no son verdaderas estrellas aunque, menos mal, sí están compuestas de neutrones. En estos masivo y densos astros, que se encuentran entre los objetos más extremos del universo, no tiene lugar la fusión nuclear que mantiene activas y brillando a las estrellas convencionales, como nuestro Sol.

Las estrellas de neutrones no son verdaderas estrellas aunque, menos mal, sí están compuestas de neutrones. En estos masivo y densos astros, que se encuentran entre los objetos más extremos del universo, no tiene lugar la fusión nuclear que mantiene activas y brillando a las estrellas convencionales, como nuestro Sol.