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¿Por qué los planetas púlsares son inusuales?

Título:  Why Are Pulsar Planets Rare? Autores: Rebecca G. Martin, Mario Livio, and Divya Palaniswamy Institución del primer autor: University of Nevada Estado: Accepted in the Astrophysical Journal Astrobitos original: Joseph Schmitt Los “planetas púlsar” (planetas que giran en torno a un púlsar) fueron el primer tipo de planeta descubierto más allá del Sistema Solar, e impresionó al mundo astronómico. … Sigue leyendo

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