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In the June 25th issue of Science, CSIRO astronomer George Hobbs and colleagues in the UK, Germany and Canada report that they have taken a big step towards solving a 30-year-old puzzle: why the "cosmic clocks" called pulsars aren't perfect. "We now have a more fundamental understanding of how pulsars work," Dr Hobbs said. "We've shown that many pulsar characteristics are linked, because they have one underlying cause." Armed with this understanding, astronomers will find it easier to...
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