Contracting White Dwarf Seen for the First Time
Astrophysicists from Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) and his colleagues from Italy and Russian Academy of Sciences have found the first observational evidence for a contracting white dwarf. Constant high spin-up rate of a star of this type, located in an enigmatic binary system, can be easily explained if the
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