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Extreme magnetic fields in space are said to be caused by the high-speed rotation of neutron stars

Several previous Picture of the Day articles discuss the problem of neutron stars and how they affect the progress of astronomical investigation. According to electric star theory, neutron stars belong with fantasy creatures like invisible pink unicorns. Deficits in gravity-only cosmology made the neutron star hypothesis necessary in order to defend gravity’s ostensibly endless powers.

Neutron stars are supposed to be the answer to pulsar behavior. Pulsars are stars whose brightness fluctuates over a short time span. Pulsars are important to astrophysical models because they are used as measuring tools. Those with “known” distance, coupled with variations in their luminosity, are thought to be road markers in space, so that the distances to other stars can be determined.

Pulsars are described as “light houses” with beams of energy concentrated at specific points. Consensus gravitational theory demands that a rotational mechanism is responsible for the pulsations, so when the spin of a pulsar brings its beam inline with telescopes on Earth, a flash of light is visible.

However, the rotation rates of some pulsars are found to be once per second or less (even with many times the mass of our Sun). Only a super dense material like that in a neutron star is thought sufficient to withstand those rotational speeds. Neutron star matter is a hypothetical material that has had all of its electrons smashed down into the nuclei, where the protons and electrons combine into neutrons........................
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