The European Space Agency reports that new observations of a pulsar using its XMM-Newtown are baffling astronomers. This particular pulsar, who radio emission is known to "switch on and off" periodically, exhibits the same twitchy behavior when observed at X-ray wavelengths... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.
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