Astronomers Discover Proof Of Most Powerful Pulsar In A Distant Galaxy
Astronomers studying VLA Sky Survey data revealed one of the youngest recognised neutron stars
These stars are superdense remnant of a giant star that exploded as a supernova
What we're most likely looking is a pulsar wind nebula," Dillon Dong stated
A star many times the mass of the Sun blew up as a supernova, abandoning behind a neutron star
The majority of the original star's mass was blasted outward as a debris shell.
While Dong and Hallinan believe VT 1137-0337 is most likely a pulsar wind nebula,
Some Fast Radio Bursts have been discovered to be linked with persistent radio sources,