Saturday, December 27, 2008

Crab Nebula seen with its mysterious pulsar

A Pulsar is a spinning shell of star that remains once a star’s core collapses and rebounds to shine a supernova. After it’s titanic explosion a small spinning star with magnetic fields is created. Here is the best evidence and view of a pulsar in the famous Crab Nebula. The Pulsar is in the middle. Chinese astronomers witnessed the supernova explosion in 1054 AD

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