New observations of a highly variable pulsar using a satellite X-ray telescope combined with Earth-based radio telescopes are puzzling astronomers. The pulsar in question was discovered to flip between two states; one dominated by X-ray pulses, the other by a highly-organized pattern of radio pulses... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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