Science Little Green Men? New type of star breaks all the pulsar rules

A newly discovered group of 36 stars seems to be pulsating regularly, but only once every 2 to 20 hours – many times slower than any known pulsar.

By , Correspondent

MPG/ESO 2.2-metre telescope / La Silla Observatory / ESO

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