What are pulsars?

Pulsars are spinning neutron stars whose magnetic axis does not coincide with the star’s axis of rotation. Pulsars emit in a narrow solid angle. From the observation side, they are characterized by pulsed radio and optical radiation with a very short period (several tens of milliseconds – several seconds).

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