China's record breaking giant alien hunting telescope has ALREADY spotted multiple pulsars - Daily Mail
The largest single-dish radio telescope in the world has already begun to spot remarkable objects in the Milky Way, just a year into its career.
China’s Five hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) has detected two rapidly rotating stars, known as pulsars, according to the National Astronomical Observatories of China (NAOC).
These objects can act like ‘cosmic clocks’ when they spin at a steady rate, and can even shed light on phenomena such as gravitational waves.
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WHAT IS A PULSAR? Pulsars are rotating, highly magnetised neutron stars.
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