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Radio pulsars are the super-dense cores of once-massive stars, composed almost entirely of neutrons. Although their diameters are some 20km, they spin very rapidly. Whilst a normal pulsar rotates about once a second, the millisecond pulsars rotate at...
The diamond planet
Swinburne's Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research), Professor Matthew Bailes explains the transformation of a once-massive star that's been transformed into a small planet made of diamond. Credit: Swinburne Astronomy Productions.
This one-day multi-disciplinary event brought together Swinburne staff, researchers, PhD students, software developers, and project managers involved in e-Research activities across the University.
This one-day multi-disciplinary event brought together Swinburne staff, researchers, PhD students, software developers, and project managers involved in e-Research activities across the University.
Radio pulsars are the super-dense cores of once-massive stars, composed almost entirely of neutrons. Although their diameters are some 20km, they spin very rapidly. Whilst a normal pulsar rotates about once a second, the millisecond pulsars rotate at...