False color picture of an exploded star in the light of X-rays (SN1006)

Eric V. Gotthelf,

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Astronomers Find The Youngest Pulsar Yet In The Heart Of An Exploded Star
A team led by astronomers at Columbia University have found the youngest pulsar yet, a hot, spinning, highly-magnetized infant no larger than Manhattan, born in a massive star explosion about 700 years ago. The pulsar possesses unusual properties that may force scientists to reconsider how pulsars are created. Forward


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UMass/Columbia Chandra X-ray survey of the Galaxy Center

Here are some of the ASCA projects which I'm working on. Feel free to contact me for further information and/or discussion.

  • UMass/Columbia Chandra X-ray survey of the Galaxy Center
  • An Atlas of ASCA Supernova Remnants
  • Some more ASCA Images
  • The ASCA Position Uncertainties
  • The ASCA SIS Catalog

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