Uncommon “revived” pulsars can detect gravitational waves

Paul M. Sutter (opens in a brand new tab) is an astrophysicist THE SUN (opens in a brand new tab) Stony Brook and the Flatiron Institute, host “Ask the spaceman (opens in a brand new tab) and “Area radio (opens in a brand new tab)and writer of the e-book “”.How t (opens in a brand new tab)o Die in area.”

Astronomers hope to make use of the pulsars scattered across the galaxy as an enormous gravitational wave detector. However why do we’d like them and the way do they work?

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