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Inside a Neutron Star (Infographic) by Karl Tate, Infographics Artist

NOT a nebula. More like a magnetar or neutron star. In any case, beautiful image.

NOT a nebula. More like a magnetar or neutron star. In any case, beautiful image.

An artist’s impression of two neutron stars colliding. Image: Dana Berry, SkyWorks Digital, Inc.

An artist’s impression of two neutron stars colliding. Image: Dana Berry, SkyWorks Digital, Inc.

According to general relativity, the sun’s mass makes an imprint on the fabric of spacetime that keeps the planets in orbit. A neutron star leaves a greater mark. But a black hole is so dense that it creates a pit deep enough to prevent light from escaping.

The mysterious boundary

Black Hole Space-Time Fabric - Pics about space it'd be interesting to do kind of an arbitrary number of bodies with arbitrary sizes and well depths that aren't necessarily corresponding --> DENSITY

Pulsar - A pulsar (pulsating star) is a highly magnetized, rotating neutron star that emits a beam of electromagnetic radiation. Neutron stars are very dense, and have short, regular rotational periods. This produces a very precise interval, between pulses that range from roughly milliseconds to seconds for an individual pulsar.  Certain types of pulsars rival atomic clocks in their accuracy in keeping time.

Pulsar - A pulsar (pulsating star) is a highly magnetized, rotating neutron star…

Merging Galaxies Bursting With Light - NGC 2207 and IC 2163 Just like our Milky Way galaxy, NGC 2207 and IC 2163 are sprinkled with many star systems known as X-ray binaries, which consist of a star in a tight orbit around either a neutron star or a stellar-mass black hole.

Merging Galaxies Bursting With Light - NGC 2207 and IC Just like our Milky Way galaxies NGC 2207 and IC 2163 are sprinkled with many star systems known as X-ray binaries, which consist of a star in a tight orbit around either a neutron star or a stella.

A look at all the different ways a star can die—from neutron star collisions to ordinary supernovae, and everything in between.  http://futurism.com/images/the-futurism-guide-to-cosmic-explosions-infographic/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Futurism&utm_content=The%20Futurism%20Guide%20To%20Cosmic%20Explosions%20%5BINFOGRAPHIC%5D

Cosmic explosions (supernovae, neutron star collisions, and more).

Astronomers have found evidence for what is likely one of the most extreme pulsars, or rotating neutron stars, ever detected. The source exhibits properties of a highly magnetized neutron star, or magnetar, yet its deduced spin period is thousands of times longer than any pulsar ever observed. For decades, astronomers have known there is a dense, compact source at the center these remains of a supernova explosion located about 9,000 light years from Earth.  Image credit: X-ray…

Young Magnetar Likely the Slowest Pulsar Ever Detected Supernova Remnant RCW 103

Neutron stars. They can complete a full rotation in 1 second and are 500,000x more massive than Earth.

A magnetar is a neutron star that has a huge magnetic field, million billion times the Earth whose decay generates intense and abundant electromagnetic radiation, particularly X-rays and gamma rays.

A neutron star, despite being mostly made of neutral particles, produces the strongest magnetic fields in the Universe: NASA / Casey Reed - Penn State University 2/2/17

Heisenberg's Astrophysics Prediction Finally Confirmed After 80 Years

A neutron star, despite being mostly made of neutral particles, produces the strongest magnetic fields in the Universe: NASA / Casey Reed - Penn State University

A Hubble Space Telescope photo of a rapidly spinning neutron star, also known as a pulsar.

A Hubble Space Telescope photo of a rapidly spinning neutron star, also known as a pulsar, millions of light-years away.

Magnetars are a special form of Neutron star with the most powerful magnetic fields in the Universe. Bite-sized, mind blowing space facts about the Universe and the cosmos. Whether you're new to astronomy / astrophysics or not, check us out @ https://www.instagram.com/thespacekiosk/ Image: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab

Magnetars are a special form of neutron star; their magnetic fields are an unbelievable 1000 trillion times stronger than the magnetic field you're sitting in right now.

A Nearby Neutron Star Collision Could Cause Calamity on Earth. From certain death to a scientific goldmine, here’s the spectrum of possibilities that we might expect from merging black holes, colliding neutron stars or detonating supernovae in our galactic neighborhood

A Nearby Neutron Star Collision Could Cause Calamity on Earth. From certain death to a scientific goldmine, here’s the spectrum of possibilities that we might expect from merging black holes, colliding neutron stars or detonating supernovae in our galactic neighborhood

Neutron Stars  Despite the fact a neutron star is only about 13 miles (20km) in diameter it is about 1.5 times more massive than the sun.   (Illustration: NASA/CXC/M.Weiss)    Larger version: http://chandra.si.edu/resources/illustrations/infographics.html    Related Link: http://chandra.si.edu/xray_sources/neutron_stars.html

Neutron Stars Despite the fact a neutron star is only about 13 miles in diameter it is about times more massive than the sun. (Illustration: NASA/CXC/M.

Neutron stars are the densest and smallest stars known to exist in the universe; with a radius of only about 12–13 km (7 mi), they can have a mass of about twice that of the Sun.

Neutron stars are the densest and smallest stars known to exist in the universe; with a radius of only about km mi), they can have a mass of about twice that of the Sun.

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