Crash Course – Astronomy – 32: Neutron Stars

This is the thirty-second video of the Crash Course – Astronomy series, hosted by Dr. Phil Plait. This video examines neutron stars, explaining how they are formed, and how they can produce the phenomena of pulsars and magnetars.

From the video description:

Table of Contents:

  • A Star Can Collapse to Form a Neutron Star 0:59
  • Neutron Star Characteristics 2:24
  • Pulsars 5:56
  • Magnetars 8:15
Crash Course Astronomy Video

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Crash Course channel on YouTube

Crash Course channel on YouTube

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Crash Course - Astronomy Series

Crash Course - Astronomy Series

This collection of YouTube videos is hosted by astronomer Phil Plait. It covers a vast range of astronomical topics at an introductory and approachable level.

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