Why are pulsars spinning fast?

Pulsars are formed by the collapse of an ordinary rotating star. In the process of compression, the physical law of conservation of angular momentum is fulfilled. Since under strong compression the moment of inertia of the star decreases significantly, the angular velocity of rotation increases to the same extent.

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