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    Default Detecting pulsar sense of rotation



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    Default Re: Detecting pulsar sense of rotation

    I did not know that we did not know the direction of any pulsar's spin.

    Too many artist rendered videos dancing around in my head I guess.

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    Default Re: Detecting pulsar sense of rotation

    The artist visualization often has to fill in details that are unknown, true.
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