Thursday 20 September 2007

Bright Plumage Eschews from Skeletel-Star Befuddles

An object recently detected orbiting a neutron star is among the strangest planet-mass bodies ever found, astronomers say. Instead of circling around a normal star, the low-mass object—likely the "skeleton" of a smaller star—orbits a rapidly spinning pulsar, or neutron star. The neutron star spins hundreds of times a second—faster than a kitchen blender.

nevertheless the universe is an awfully large thing and so there are bound to be heaps more mysterious yet to be documented objects, phenomena and anomalies yet to be observed

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