Tuesday, June 19, 2018
NASA finds two stars orbit each other in just 38 minutes
NASA's NICER (Neutron Star Interior Composition Explorer) mission just recently discovered a pair of stars that orbit each other in just 38 minutes. It is a pulsar accompanied by a white dwarf called IGR J17062-6143.
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