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Newswise
A research collaboration including scientists from Berkeley Lab has demonstrated that the Earth stops high-energy neutrinos - particles that only very rarely interact with matter.at the high-energy end by a shortage of sufficiently energetic neutrinos. At t
Newswise / Posted 11 minutes ago
at the high-energy end by a shortage of sufficiently energetic neutrinos. At these energies, each individual proton or neutron in a nucleus acts independently, so the absorption depends on the number of protons or neutrons that each neutrino... Read more
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Herald Sun
Finding rewrites worst nuclear disasterTechnology report claims we may have actually had it backwards all along. “The
Herald Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
Technology report claims we may have actually had it backwards all along. “The first explosion consisted of thermal neutron mediated nuclear explosions in one or rather a few fuel channels, which caused a jet of debris that reached an... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Finding rewrites worst nuclear disasterTechnology report claims we may have actually had it backwards all along. “The
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
Technology report claims we may have actually had it backwards all along. “The first explosion consisted of thermal neutron mediated nuclear explosions in one or rather a few fuel channels, which caused a jet of debris that reached an... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Perfect Christmas gift for the whole familythat features some of the most iconic cartoon shows such as Peppa Pig, SpongeBo
Manila Standard Today / Posted 7 hours ago
that features some of the most iconic cartoon shows such as Peppa Pig, SpongeBob SquarePants, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, and Dora the Explorer” among others. YeY is also home to the award-winning local children’s show, Team YeY, an... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Doomsday Scenarios: UK's Hair-Raising Admissions About Prospects Of Nuclear War (Or Accident)and irregular behaviour, to the point of brinkmanship and misunderstanding. Fi
Zero Hedge / Posted 10 hours ago
and irregular behaviour, to the point of brinkmanship and misunderstanding. Finally, there is a possibility that neutron technologies may reemerge as potential deterrent and warfighting options. Neutron weapons supposedly kill living... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
There are 2 types of time travel and physicists agree that one of them is possibleYou will have time traveled into the future. He also showed that if you hang o
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
You will have time traveled into the future. He also showed that if you hang out near a nice strong source of gravity — a neutron star, a black hole — and you kind of get right near the edge of that object, time also for you would slow down real... Read more
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Connecticut Post
There are 2 types of time travel and physicists agree that one of them is possibleYou will have time traveled into the future. He also showed that if you hang o
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
You will have time traveled into the future. He also showed that if you hang out near a nice strong source of gravity — a neutron star, a black hole — and you kind of get right near the edge of that object, time also for you would slow down real... Read more
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Daily Mail
What happened at Chernobyl: Experts say nuclear explosion came firstexplosion would have ejected the debris to much higher altitudes than the steam
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
explosion would have ejected the debris to much higher altitudes than the steam explosion. ‘We believe that thermal neutron mediated nuclear explosions at the bottom of a number of fuel channels in the reactor caused a jet of debris to shoot... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Raysearch & Sumitomo Team for Boron Neutron Capture TherapyTuesday, 21 November 2017, 8:57 amPress Release: RaySearch Laboratories Raysea
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
Tuesday, 21 November 2017, 8:57 amPress Release: RaySearch Laboratories Raysearch Enters Agreement with Sumitomo for Boron Neutron Capture TherapyRaySearch and Sumitomo Heavy Industries,... Read more
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New York Daily News
Scientists observe stars colliding, detect gravitational wavesAn illustration shows the merger of two neutron stars that collided on August 1
New York Daily News / Posted yesterday
An illustration shows the merger of two neutron stars that collided on August 17, 2017.(Robin Dienel/Carnegie Institution for Science) Turns out Albert Einstein was onto something with his speed of light theory. For the first time, scientists... Read more
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The Hindu
Gravitational waves from black hole collision detectedof gravitational waves from another binary black hole merger on August 14, and
The Hindu / Posted 3 days ago
of gravitational waves from another binary black hole merger on August 14, and the first-ever detection of a binary neutron star merger in light and gravitational waves on August 17. Lightest black hole binary GW170608 is the lightest... Read more
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kuwaderno
AGB Mega Manila TV Ratings (March 31-April 6, 2010)(GMA-7) 10.7%; Sakal Sakali Saklolo (ABS-CBN) 13.9%; Wonder Pets (TV5) 2.9%; Ca
kuwaderno / Posted 3 days ago
(GMA-7) 10.7%; Sakal Sakali Saklolo (ABS-CBN) 13.9%; Wonder Pets (TV5) 2.9%; Catdog (TV5) 3.5%; The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron (TV5) 4.5%; Spongebob Squarepants (TV5) 5.6%; Avatar The Legend of Aang (TV5) 5.6% Anghel Sa Lupa (GMA-7) 20.8%; TV... Read more
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International Business Times
Mysterious and 'exotic' cosmic rays are slamming the Earth and no one knows why previously believed that the Earth is showered by these positrons because of ne
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
previously believed that the Earth is showered by these positrons because of nearby pulsars — energy-emitting neutron stars. However, a new study, published in the journal Science, points away from previous theories, suggesting that... Read more
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Daily Mail
Scientists announce the SIXTH gravitational wave detectionfrom another binary black hole – and, just three days later on August 17, the d
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
from another binary black hole – and, just three days later on August 17, the detectors spotted the first-ever known binary neutron star merger in light, leading to another set of gravitational waves. Scientists have confirmed another detection of... Read more
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The Register
'It's back to the drawing board...' Innocent axions found not guilty of dark matter crimesat the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland, and the Laue-Langevin Institute
The Register / Posted 6 days ago
at the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland, and the Laue-Langevin Institute in Grenoble, France, as part of the Neutron Electric Dipole Moment Collaboration. The boffins trapped neutrons in a chamber using an electric and magnetic... Read more
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The Hindu
Mumbai cricket — a conveyor belt of insecure batsmen, records, and heroesarena)? You tell me — why would a hard-working, middle-class boy, who travels f
The Hindu / Posted 8 days ago
arena)? You tell me — why would a hard-working, middle-class boy, who travels for three hours along with a heavy kitbag in neutron-star-dense local trains just for a chance to bat, give up his wicket so easily? The resilient spirit of Mumbai, the... Read more
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The Wesleyan Argus
Professor Kilgard Talks Kilonova’s Killer ImplicationsResearch Associate Professor of Astronomy Roy Kilgard, who studies the X-rays e
The Wesleyan Argus / Posted 8 days ago
Research Associate Professor of Astronomy Roy Kilgard, who studies the X-rays emitted from binaries of black holes, neutron stars, and/or white dwarfs along with many other astronomers and physicists, was very excited by the news. The... Read more
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The Register
Boffins on alert: Brace yourselves for huge gravitational wave coming within a decadelarge ripples, astronomers will have to focus their attention to pulsar stars i
The Register / Posted 8 days ago
large ripples, astronomers will have to focus their attention to pulsar stars instead. These objects are fast spinning neutron stars that flash beams of radio waves, leftover material from dead stars. If a gravitational wave emitted from a... Read more
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Enterprise Networking Planet
OpenStack Neutron Set to Improve Cloud Networking in Queen's ReleaseThere was a time when the Neutron networking project in OpenStack was not the d
Enterprise Networking Planet / Posted 11 days ago
There was a time when the Neutron networking project in OpenStack was not the default networking choice. Those times are now past, with Neutron now being used by the vast majority of OpenStack deployments. At the OpenStack Summit in Sydney,... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
This week in odd news: Snake in pants and a cow in a poolUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
This week in odd news: Snake in pants and a cow in a poolUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 12 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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Colorado Daily
For astronomers, the more messengers, the merrierMore than 100 million years ago, in a galaxy called NGC 4993, two neutron stars
Colorado Daily / Posted 12 days ago
More than 100 million years ago, in a galaxy called NGC 4993, two neutron stars collided and sent gravitational waves thrumming across the cosmos. On Aug. 17, those gravitational waves reached Earth, where they jangled the LIGO and Virgo... Read more
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Technode
You can buy what?! 5 crazy things for sale on Taobaonuclear fusion reactor kit is no longer on sale on Taobao. The kit would have c
Technode / Posted 12 days ago
nuclear fusion reactor kit is no longer on sale on Taobao. The kit would have come with the reactor, protective gear, a neutron detector and an instructional DVD in Chinese and English on how to use the reactor. The only condition for purchase... Read more
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EuroNews
Weird Supernova Challenges Scientists' Ideas about Starsthe mass of Earth's sun. After a more conventional supernova, such a star could
EuroNews / Posted 12 days ago
the mass of Earth's sun. After a more conventional supernova, such a star could have condensed into a rapidly spinning neutron star, called a magnetar. A neutron star packs the mass of 1.5 suns into an object with a diameter about the size of... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
This week in odd news: Snake in pants and a cow in a poolUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
Stamford Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
This week in odd news: Snake in pants and a cow in a poolUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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Connecticut Post
This week in odd news: Snake in pants and a cow in a poolUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
Connecticut Post / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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The New Canaan News
This week in odd news: Snake in pants and a cow in a poolUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
The New Canaan News / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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Darien News-Review
This week in odd news: Snake in pants and a cow in a poolUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
Darien News-Review / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
This week in odd news: Snake in pants and a cow in a poolUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
Stellar encore: Dying star keeps coming back big timeUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar - a neutron star with a strong magnetic field - might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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SKY News
'Zombie star' baffles scientists by surviving supernovaeastronomy chairman, was not involved in the study but offered his own theory.
SKY News / Posted 13 days ago
astronomy chairman, was not involved in the study but offered his own theory. He said a black hole or magnetar - a neutron star with a strong magnetic field - might be behind the never-before-seen behaviour. It is not known how unique the... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Stellar encore: Dying star keeps coming back big timeUniversity’s astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
Inquirier.net / Posted 13 days ago
University’s astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Stellar encore: Dying star keeps coming back big timeUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
KXXV Waco / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar - a neutron star with a strong magnetic field - might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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New York Post
This ‘zombie star’ refuses to dieUniversity’s astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
New York Post / Posted 13 days ago
University’s astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center Las Cumbres , a global network of robotic telescopes,... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Stellar encore: Dying star keeps coming back big timeUniversity’s astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
Rutland Herald / Posted 13 days ago
University’s astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-beforeseen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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TribLIVE
‘The strangest supernova we’ve ever seen’: A star that keeps exploding — and survivingUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
TribLIVE / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Stellar encore: Dying star keeps coming back big timeUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar - a neutron star with a strong magnetic field - might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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Greenwich Time
'The strangest supernova we've ever seen': A star that keeps exploding - and survivingfor a few months, then fades. All that remains after the cosmic light show is e
Greenwich Time / Posted 13 days ago
for a few months, then fades. All that remains after the cosmic light show is either a dense, smoldering core, called a neutron star, or a gaping black hole. At least, that is what's supposed to happen. Some 500 million light-years away, in a... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
'The strangest supernova we've ever seen': A star that keeps exploding - and survivingfor a few months, then fades. All that remains after the cosmic light show is e
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
for a few months, then fades. All that remains after the cosmic light show is either a dense, smoldering core, called a neutron star, or a gaping black hole. At least, that is what's supposed to happen. Some 500 million light-years away, in a... Read more
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The News-Times
'The strangest supernova we've ever seen': A star that keeps exploding - and survivingfor a few months, then fades. All that remains after the cosmic light show is e
The News-Times / Posted 13 days ago
for a few months, then fades. All that remains after the cosmic light show is either a dense, smoldering core, called a neutron star, or a gaping black hole. At least, that is what's supposed to happen. Some 500 million light-years away, in a... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
'The strangest supernova we've ever seen': A star that keeps exploding - and survivingfor a few months, then fades. All that remains after the cosmic light show is e
Stamford Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
for a few months, then fades. All that remains after the cosmic light show is either a dense, smoldering core, called a neutron star, or a gaping black hole. At least, that is what's supposed to happen. Some 500 million light-years away, in a... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Stellar encore: Dying star keeps coming back big timeUniversity’s astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
WWLP Springfield / Posted 13 days ago
University’s astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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Connecticut Post
'The strangest supernova we've ever seen': A star that keeps exploding - and survivingfor a few months, then fades. All that remains after the cosmic light show is e
Connecticut Post / Posted 13 days ago
for a few months, then fades. All that remains after the cosmic light show is either a dense, smoldering core, called a neutron star, or a gaping black hole. At least, that is what's supposed to happen. Some 500 million light-years away, in a... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Stellar encore: Dying star keeps coming back big timeUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
WSMV Nashville / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Stellar encore: Dying star keeps coming back big timeUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
FOX Carolina / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Stellar encore: Dying star keeps coming back big timeUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
Stellar encore: Dying star keeps coming back big timeUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Stellar encore: Dying star keeps coming back big timeUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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FOX 5 Las Vegas
Stellar encore: Dying star keeps coming back big timeUniversity's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, s
FOX 5 Las Vegas / Posted 13 days ago
University's astronomy chairman, Avi Loeb, who was not involved in the study, speculates a black hole or magnetar — a neutron star with a strong magnetic field — might be at the center of this never-before-seen behavior. Further monitoring may... Read more
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