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Laurence Lafarge 2019-02-22
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Physicists at MIT have for the first time calculated the pressure distribution inside a proton.

One incredible finding by the researchers is that the core of a proton generates pressures greater than what’s found inside a neutron star.

That discovery is so incredible because a neutron star is among the densest known objects in the universe.

MIT notes that a teaspoon of the material a neutron star is made of would weigh about 15 times more than the moon.

Despite how dense a neutron star is, MIT says that the proton pressure they have calculated has found that a proton contains even higher pressures.

The highly pressurized core of a neutron is generating pressures at its most intense point higher than are found inside a neutron star.

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Lillian Barnwell 2018-05-30
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Using a new technique, astronomers have documented one of the heaviest neutron stars known to science.

Often heavier than two Suns put together, these decaying stellar remnants are no wider than a large city.

Neutron stars form from the decayed shells of stars between 10 to 30 solar masses, where one solar mass equals the mass of our Sun.

Only one known neutron star tops it: a behemoth discovered seven years ago that weighed in at 2.4 solar masses.

PSR J2215+5135, as the newly described neutron star is called, is what astronomers call a “redback” pulsar (the terms “neutron star” and “pulsar” are often used interchangeably, though technically speaking pulsars only describe rapidly rotating neutron stars).

Redback pulsars are compact binary systems in which a spinning neutron star is closely orbited by a low-mass main sequence star.

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David Clary 2018-09-18

Illustrated GIF showing a neutron star with a circum-pulsar disk.

If seen at the proper angle the scattered emission from the inner part of the disk could produce the extended infrared emission observed by astronomers around the neutron star RX J0806.4-4123.

Credit: Nahks Tr'Ehnl, Penn State

A bizarre pulsar emanating from a nearby neutron star, RX J0806.4-4123, is giving off a strange light and scientists are unclear about what is causing it.

A team of researchers from Penn State University found the strange emission using the Hubble Space Telescope and noticed that the pulsar is only giving off infrared radiation, at a great distance.

“This particular neutron star belongs to a group of seven nearby X-ray pulsars – nicknamed ‘the Magnificent Seven’ – that are hotter than they ought to be considering their ages and available energy reservoir provided by the loss of rotation energy,” said in a statement Bettina Posselt, associate research professor of astronomy and astrophysics at Penn State and the lead author of the paper.

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Charles Glass 2020-08-06
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It would be the youngest neutron star known to date.
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Donald Ellison 2017-10-16
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The LIGO and VIRGO detectors only operated simultaneously for a few weeks, but they were a remarkably busy few weeks.

And, because neutron stars don't swallow everything they encounter, the gravitational waves were accompanied by photons, including an extended afterglow.

The number of major astrophysical issues cleared up by this collision is impressive.

And heavy elements like gold were detected in the debris, indicating that these mergers are a source of elements that would otherwise be difficult to produce in a supernova.

Finally, the gravitational waves from this event were detected over a period of roughly 100 seconds, which should allow a detailed analysis of their production.

Neutron stars are the product of supernovae where the star doing the exploding doesn't have sufficient mass to form a black hole.

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Gerald Hurtado 2017-10-17
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A hundred and thirty million years ago, two neutron stars in a galaxy far, far away crashed into each other and merged into a black hole.

The impact was so large that here on Earth, 40 million parsecs away, we felt spacetime rumble.

Well, two months ago we watched it live.

The stars were so far away that it took 130 million years for the tremors to reach us - which they did on 17 August 2017.

Well, you'll probably remember from school that our Sun has a limited lifespan.

In about four or five billion years, it'll balloon into a red giant, consuming most of the solar system in the process.

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Carlo Prine 2018-04-11
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A neutron star is produced by the collapse of a stellar core, which crams a bit more mass than our Sun into a sphere about 20 kilometers across.

Now, researchers have done the next-best thing: they've arranged for a telescope to stare at a neutron star for three years, waiting for it to undergo a "glitch" in its normal behavior.

The results give us one of our first direct tests of competing models for what's beneath the surface of a neutron star.

All the particles there form a superfluid, which can flow without any friction.

The flow of these charged particles inside the star can create an intense magnetic field, one that can accelerate charged particles near the star and cause them to emit photons.

The pulses of photons that give these stars their name arrive with such regularity that we've used them as an extremely precise test of relativity.

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Theodore Davis 2021-07-01
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And it could be on the verge of collapsing into a neutron star.
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Daniel Slye 2021-06-29
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When a neutron star and a black hole love each other very, very much....
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Antonio Barron 2018-05-25
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Thanks to a quirk of astrophysics, astronomers were able to observe features just tens of kilometres apart near a spinning neutron star located 6,500 light-years away from Earth.

This is like using a telescope in your backyard to see DNA strands on the moon.

Scientists have studied the “black widow pulsar” for several decades, and it got its name because it’s thought that the pulsar, a small neutron star, is slowly killing its brown dwarf companion.

But that very companion made it possible for astronomers to perform the incredible measurement, thanks to the way its mass magnifies the pulsar’s light.

The physicists, from the University of Toronto, made their new observations using more than nine hours of data taken between June 13 and 16, 2014, at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.

They were looking for extremely bright pulses from the pulsar, which is a neutron star only a few kilometres across but more massive than our sun.

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Ronald Black 2017-10-18
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On August 17, 2017, over 70 observatories around (and above) the world, including ones like LIGO and the Hubble Space Telescope, all spotted a flash of energy.

This light came in many different flavors, and was consistent with a pair of dense neutron stars colliding in a cataclysmic “kilonova” explosion.

You’re probably familiar with the fact that light travels as a wave of radiation, and the colour is determined by the distance between wave peaks, or wavelength.

The distance between peaks for the colour blue is around 450 nanometres, and around 700 nanometres for the colour red.

But there are much smaller and larger wavelengths, too.

But each different wavelength of light fills in a different part of our overall understanding, like another ingredient in a recipe.

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Joan Zappulla 2017-10-18
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On August 17, 2017, over 70 observatories around (and above) the world, including ones like LIGO and the Hubble Space Telescope, all spotted a flash of energy.

This light came in many different flavors, and was consistent with a pair of dense neutron stars colliding in a cataclysmic “kilonova” explosion.

You’re probably familiar with the fact that light travels as a wave of radiation, and the colour is determined by the distance between wave peaks, or wavelength.

The distance between peaks for the colour blue is around 450 nanometres, and around 700 nanometres for the colour red.

But there are much smaller and larger wavelengths, too.

But each different wavelength of light fills in a different part of our overall understanding, like another ingredient in a recipe.

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John Henderson 2019-09-17
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Scientists say they've found a spinning neutron star, or pulsar, that is so densely compacted, it might be right on the limit of what's possible.

It could exist precariously at the tipping point where any more pressure would cause it to collapse completely and form a new black hole.

A team of astronomers using the Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia found that the rapidly rotating pulsar, called J0740+6620, is the most massive neutron star ever measured.

"Neutron stars have this tipping point where their interior densities get so extreme that the force of gravity overwhelms even the ability of neutrons to resist further collapse," said Scott Ransom, an astronomer at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) and co-author of a paper publishing Monday in Nature Astronomy.

"Each 'most massive' neutron star we find brings us closer to identifying that tipping point and helping us to understand the physics of matter at these mind-boggling densities."

To begin to imagine the density, picture our sun, which has 333,000 times as much mass as the Earth.

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James Dalporto 2016-01-09
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Finnish physicist Aleksi Vuorinen has received from the European research council for five years a total of 1.34 million grant for a neutron star contains the material properties for prediction.

this Study seeks the answer to how the substance behaves in the most tiheimmissä possible conditions, when it is pressed into the pile, almost without limit.

Vuorinen, according to a major grant brings to the work of continuity.

"This will enable proper working of maintenance.

of course I'm happy, after all, this is Europe's biggest grants", says Vuorinen STT.

neutron star material is incredibly dense: the whole of humanity to accommodate the sugars inside.

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Edmond Garcia 2021-07-19
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Here on Earth, mountains get extremely tall, thousands and thousands of feet high. However, new models of neutron stars show that the tallest mountains on these objects are only fractions of millimeters high due to the massive gravity of the incredibly dense objects. Neutron stars are some of the densest objects in the known universe, weighing about as much as … Continue reading
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Ella Sofia 2019-08-20
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Shop Black Hole Swallowing a Neutron Star T-Shirt.If you are a real admirer of Block hole and need to address yourself with appearing Black Hole Neutron Star T-Shirt assurance on your chest than this Black Hole T Shirts only for you.You can also suggest with your colleagues,friends and family , Hope this Black Hole Neutron T-shirt perfect for them.

Here you can get your Black Hole Swallowing a Neutron Star T-Shirt now.Grab now your Black Hole Swallowing a Neutron Star T-Shirt:https://moteefe.com/store/black-hole-swallowing-a-neutron-star-t-shirthttps://moteefe.com/black-hole-swallowing-a-neutron-star-t-shirthttps://moteefe.com/black-hole-swallowing-a-neutron-star-t-shirts#neutronstar #blackholeneutronstar #whatisaneutronstar #gravityequation #blackholedefinition #blueshift #neutronstardefinition #blackholedevouringaneutronstar#blackholeneutronstarcollision #nutronstar #blackholedevouringstar #whatisthelawofuniversalgravitation #blackholeneutronstarmerger #neutronstarvsblackhole#black hole swallows star#whatisthegravityonearth #blackholeswallowsneutronstar

Lillian Barnwell 2018-05-30
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Using a new technique, astronomers have documented one of the heaviest neutron stars known to science.

Often heavier than two Suns put together, these decaying stellar remnants are no wider than a large city.

Neutron stars form from the decayed shells of stars between 10 to 30 solar masses, where one solar mass equals the mass of our Sun.

Only one known neutron star tops it: a behemoth discovered seven years ago that weighed in at 2.4 solar masses.

PSR J2215+5135, as the newly described neutron star is called, is what astronomers call a “redback” pulsar (the terms “neutron star” and “pulsar” are often used interchangeably, though technically speaking pulsars only describe rapidly rotating neutron stars).

Redback pulsars are compact binary systems in which a spinning neutron star is closely orbited by a low-mass main sequence star.

Charles Glass 2020-08-06
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It would be the youngest neutron star known to date.
Gerald Hurtado 2017-10-17
img

A hundred and thirty million years ago, two neutron stars in a galaxy far, far away crashed into each other and merged into a black hole.

The impact was so large that here on Earth, 40 million parsecs away, we felt spacetime rumble.

Well, two months ago we watched it live.

The stars were so far away that it took 130 million years for the tremors to reach us - which they did on 17 August 2017.

Well, you'll probably remember from school that our Sun has a limited lifespan.

In about four or five billion years, it'll balloon into a red giant, consuming most of the solar system in the process.

Theodore Davis 2021-07-01
img
And it could be on the verge of collapsing into a neutron star.
Antonio Barron 2018-05-25
img

Thanks to a quirk of astrophysics, astronomers were able to observe features just tens of kilometres apart near a spinning neutron star located 6,500 light-years away from Earth.

This is like using a telescope in your backyard to see DNA strands on the moon.

Scientists have studied the “black widow pulsar” for several decades, and it got its name because it’s thought that the pulsar, a small neutron star, is slowly killing its brown dwarf companion.

But that very companion made it possible for astronomers to perform the incredible measurement, thanks to the way its mass magnifies the pulsar’s light.

The physicists, from the University of Toronto, made their new observations using more than nine hours of data taken between June 13 and 16, 2014, at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.

They were looking for extremely bright pulses from the pulsar, which is a neutron star only a few kilometres across but more massive than our sun.

Joan Zappulla 2017-10-18
img

On August 17, 2017, over 70 observatories around (and above) the world, including ones like LIGO and the Hubble Space Telescope, all spotted a flash of energy.

This light came in many different flavors, and was consistent with a pair of dense neutron stars colliding in a cataclysmic “kilonova” explosion.

You’re probably familiar with the fact that light travels as a wave of radiation, and the colour is determined by the distance between wave peaks, or wavelength.

The distance between peaks for the colour blue is around 450 nanometres, and around 700 nanometres for the colour red.

But there are much smaller and larger wavelengths, too.

But each different wavelength of light fills in a different part of our overall understanding, like another ingredient in a recipe.

James Dalporto 2016-01-09
img

Finnish physicist Aleksi Vuorinen has received from the European research council for five years a total of 1.34 million grant for a neutron star contains the material properties for prediction.

this Study seeks the answer to how the substance behaves in the most tiheimmissä possible conditions, when it is pressed into the pile, almost without limit.

Vuorinen, according to a major grant brings to the work of continuity.

"This will enable proper working of maintenance.

of course I'm happy, after all, this is Europe's biggest grants", says Vuorinen STT.

neutron star material is incredibly dense: the whole of humanity to accommodate the sugars inside.

Laurence Lafarge 2019-02-22
img

Physicists at MIT have for the first time calculated the pressure distribution inside a proton.

One incredible finding by the researchers is that the core of a proton generates pressures greater than what’s found inside a neutron star.

That discovery is so incredible because a neutron star is among the densest known objects in the universe.

MIT notes that a teaspoon of the material a neutron star is made of would weigh about 15 times more than the moon.

Despite how dense a neutron star is, MIT says that the proton pressure they have calculated has found that a proton contains even higher pressures.

The highly pressurized core of a neutron is generating pressures at its most intense point higher than are found inside a neutron star.

David Clary 2018-09-18

Illustrated GIF showing a neutron star with a circum-pulsar disk.

If seen at the proper angle the scattered emission from the inner part of the disk could produce the extended infrared emission observed by astronomers around the neutron star RX J0806.4-4123.

Credit: Nahks Tr'Ehnl, Penn State

A bizarre pulsar emanating from a nearby neutron star, RX J0806.4-4123, is giving off a strange light and scientists are unclear about what is causing it.

A team of researchers from Penn State University found the strange emission using the Hubble Space Telescope and noticed that the pulsar is only giving off infrared radiation, at a great distance.

“This particular neutron star belongs to a group of seven nearby X-ray pulsars – nicknamed ‘the Magnificent Seven’ – that are hotter than they ought to be considering their ages and available energy reservoir provided by the loss of rotation energy,” said in a statement Bettina Posselt, associate research professor of astronomy and astrophysics at Penn State and the lead author of the paper.

Donald Ellison 2017-10-16
img

The LIGO and VIRGO detectors only operated simultaneously for a few weeks, but they were a remarkably busy few weeks.

And, because neutron stars don't swallow everything they encounter, the gravitational waves were accompanied by photons, including an extended afterglow.

The number of major astrophysical issues cleared up by this collision is impressive.

And heavy elements like gold were detected in the debris, indicating that these mergers are a source of elements that would otherwise be difficult to produce in a supernova.

Finally, the gravitational waves from this event were detected over a period of roughly 100 seconds, which should allow a detailed analysis of their production.

Neutron stars are the product of supernovae where the star doing the exploding doesn't have sufficient mass to form a black hole.

Carlo Prine 2018-04-11
img

A neutron star is produced by the collapse of a stellar core, which crams a bit more mass than our Sun into a sphere about 20 kilometers across.

Now, researchers have done the next-best thing: they've arranged for a telescope to stare at a neutron star for three years, waiting for it to undergo a "glitch" in its normal behavior.

The results give us one of our first direct tests of competing models for what's beneath the surface of a neutron star.

All the particles there form a superfluid, which can flow without any friction.

The flow of these charged particles inside the star can create an intense magnetic field, one that can accelerate charged particles near the star and cause them to emit photons.

The pulses of photons that give these stars their name arrive with such regularity that we've used them as an extremely precise test of relativity.

Daniel Slye 2021-06-29
img
When a neutron star and a black hole love each other very, very much....
Ronald Black 2017-10-18
img

On August 17, 2017, over 70 observatories around (and above) the world, including ones like LIGO and the Hubble Space Telescope, all spotted a flash of energy.

This light came in many different flavors, and was consistent with a pair of dense neutron stars colliding in a cataclysmic “kilonova” explosion.

You’re probably familiar with the fact that light travels as a wave of radiation, and the colour is determined by the distance between wave peaks, or wavelength.

The distance between peaks for the colour blue is around 450 nanometres, and around 700 nanometres for the colour red.

But there are much smaller and larger wavelengths, too.

But each different wavelength of light fills in a different part of our overall understanding, like another ingredient in a recipe.

John Henderson 2019-09-17
img

Scientists say they've found a spinning neutron star, or pulsar, that is so densely compacted, it might be right on the limit of what's possible.

It could exist precariously at the tipping point where any more pressure would cause it to collapse completely and form a new black hole.

A team of astronomers using the Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia found that the rapidly rotating pulsar, called J0740+6620, is the most massive neutron star ever measured.

"Neutron stars have this tipping point where their interior densities get so extreme that the force of gravity overwhelms even the ability of neutrons to resist further collapse," said Scott Ransom, an astronomer at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) and co-author of a paper publishing Monday in Nature Astronomy.

"Each 'most massive' neutron star we find brings us closer to identifying that tipping point and helping us to understand the physics of matter at these mind-boggling densities."

To begin to imagine the density, picture our sun, which has 333,000 times as much mass as the Earth.

Edmond Garcia 2021-07-19
img
Here on Earth, mountains get extremely tall, thousands and thousands of feet high. However, new models of neutron stars show that the tallest mountains on these objects are only fractions of millimeters high due to the massive gravity of the incredibly dense objects. Neutron stars are some of the densest objects in the known universe, weighing about as much as … Continue reading