Data Suggests Magnetars Have Solid Surfaces
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary November 16, 2022x
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Data Suggests Magnetars Have Solid Surfaces

Stuart GaryStuart GaryHost
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 123
*Data suggests Magnetars have solid surfaces
A signature in the X-ray light emitted by a highly magnetised neutron star known as a magnetar suggests the star has a solid surface with no atmosphere.
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