5 Astronomical Objects That Have A Weird Behavior!
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5) NGC 1052-DF2
What is the nature of dark matter? This is a problem which physics is trying to solve, but it is not as easy as it seems.
Dark matter, if it exists, behaves differently from “ordinary” matter.
4) Pulsar PSR J1841-0500
Pulsars are pretty cool objects.
They’re basically highly magnetized rotating compact star, which emits beams of electromagnetic radiation in the direction of their magnetic poles.
3) ULAS J1342+0928 and the oldest black hole in the universe.
We found a Blackhole that shouldn’t exist or, better to say, it shouldn’t be that massive.
It belongs to the quasar ULAS J1342+0928, which is the second most distant quasar known.
2) TW Pictoris
Another unusual unexplained astronomical object is the TW Pictoris star.
It is a white dwarf.
1) Weird exoplanets and uniqueness of the solar system
One thing that we know for sure about our solar system is that…it seems to be pretty unique.
Since the first discovery of exoplanets (and therefore, since the first discovery of another planetary system), we have always found evidence for planets that are pretty different from the ones we are used to.
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1.29 Keplerian trend
0:375) NGC 1052-DF2
3:25 4) Pulsar PSR J1841-0500
5:50 3) ULAS J1342+0928 and the oldest black hole in the universe.
7:01 2) TW Pictoris star
9:34 1) Weird exoplanets and uniqueness of the solar system
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