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NASAs Fermi Finds Youngest Millisecond Pulsar 100 Pulsars
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NASA's Fermi Finds Youngest Millisecond Pulsar, 100 Pulsars To-Date

January 11, 2013
This image shows the on and off state of gamma rays from pulsar J1823-3021A as seen by Fermi's Large Area Telescope (LAT). The object pulses 183.8 times a second and has a spin period of 5.44 milliseconds, which translates to 11,000 rpm. Credit: NASA/DOE/Fermi LAT Collaboration