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Rotating Neutron Stars and the Nature of Pulsars

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Recent observations of pulsars support the rotating neutron star hypothesis.

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GOLD, T. Rotating Neutron Stars and the Nature of Pulsars. Nature 221, 25–27 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1038/221025a0

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