Fast spinning pulsar is actually TWO stars: Ultra-bright object found in a distant galaxy is a binary star system

Astronomers have discovered a pulsar nestled in a region which blasts out more radiation than one million suns.
European scientists came across the object while scanning a distant spiral galaxy NGC 7793, whose light takes almost 13 million years to reach the Earth.
The strange stellar object was found in an bright region of the galaxy classed as an ultraluminous x-ray (ULX) source.
But observations have revealed the pulsar, which is the third to be discovered in the region so far and the fastest spinning, is actually a tiny neutron star feeding off its huge partner.
The object was first... read more

27 September 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 33
Source: Daily Mail

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