What are pulsars? | Live Science

A pulsar is a special type of neutron staris the super-dense remnant core of a massive star.

The pulsar emits a beam of radiation that sweeps out in a circle as the pulsar rotates. As those beams pass through the Earth, we see them as regular, repeating pulses of radio emission.

https://www.livescience.com/what-are-pulsars What are pulsars? | Live Science

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