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Your beautiful cartoon of a pulsar … is for these two stars completely wrong.Neutron stars may not be as squishy as some scientists thought|Emily Conover|April 20, 2021|Science News
It remains possible that this pattern is instead coming from some unknown, common source of noise in the pulsars, or in the clocks that measure the blips’ arrival on Earth.Some Physicists See Signs of Cosmic Strings From the Big Bang|Thomas Lewton|September 29, 2020|Quanta Magazine
The first clue is the behavior of a pulsar—a tiny but massive object that rapidly rotates, sending flashes of light toward Earth.
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A rapidly rotating neutron star. The radiation from such a star appears to come in a series of regular pulses (one per revolution), which explains the name.