Pulsar Planets Are 

Incredibly Rare

Pulsars Are a Type Of

Neutron star, the densest stars in the Universe, born during powerful explosions at the end of a typical star's life.

They Are Exceptionally

Stable, rapidly rotating, and have incredibly strong magnetic fields.

Pulsars Emit Beams

Of bright radio emission from their magnetic poles that appear to pulse as the star rotates.

The Processes That

Cause planets to form, and survive, around pulsars are currently unknown.

Pulsars Produce

Signals which sweep the Earth every time they rotate, similarly to a cosmic lighthouse

These Signals

Can then be picked up by radio telescopes and turned into a lot of amazing science.

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