Einstein's Theory of Gravity Supported
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An informative story, if technical. Bear in mind, the stars might not (probably don't) exist any longer.


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gawalkman commented on Sunday, Apr 28, 2013 at 17:05 PM


Thanks for passing it along. Orbiting each other every 2.5 hours though? That's a massive amount of energy there. It almost suggests the presence of a black hole. Of course, the neutron star should be the more powerful of the two stars. I would suspect the white drawf's days are numbered. I would imagine it has already met its death.

Still not bad for a man who couldn't comb his hair or tie his shoes.

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