Reclusive Neutron Star Could Have Been Present in Well-known Supernova

Astronomers now have proof from two X-ray telescopes (Chandra and NuSTAR) for a key part of a well-known supernova remnant. This newest research reveals {that a} “pulsar wind nebula” created by such a neutron star could also be current.

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