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Radio Astronomers Weigh Most Massive Pulsar Yet Known: Part One

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Published on Oct 28, 2010

With the Green Bank Telescope, astronomers from the National Radio Astronomy Observatory and the University of Virginia used the Shapiro Delay, a detectable phenomenon derived from General Relativity, to accurately measure a two solar mass neutron star. The consequences weigh heavily on nuclear physics.

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