Date: 9 months ago   Category: Space

Astrophysicists have found an abnormal infrared pulsar


The pulsar is located in the structure called by scientists "The great seven". It consists of several similar celestial bodies. The group of astrophysicists of the pennsylvanian university has paid attention to unusual behavior of a pulsar of RX J0806.4-4123. He is located in the education called by scientists "The great seven". It includes six other similar celestial bodies. However this pulsar is special the fact that it creates infrared radiation. Writes Science Alert about it. It is supposed that as an explanation hit of particles of matter of other star as a result of her death can serve. According to other version - it can provoke pulsarny wind. Earlier scientists never faced such phenomena. Experts intend to continue to study a pulsar and to find out what is the reason of infrared radiation which extends to 28 billion kilometers. Earlier it was reported that astronomers have for the first time imprinted the center of our galaxy by means of the heavy-duty MeerKAT radio telescope. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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