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moreorleslie asked
favorite food, favorite band, someone you look up to

Oh god! That’s really difficult!
Favorite food: Recently, I’ve just been devouring chicken wings left and right. So I’m gonna go with chicken wings for food.

Favorite band: That ones a little more difficult, but I’d have to say that my all time favorite band, no matter whats going on in my life, or what changes in my musical taste, will always be Pink Floyd.

Someone I look up to: That’s a toughie. It’s quite a few people, honestly. I look up to a few musicians, I look up to fictional characters (because most of them are better than the majority of the people I know). I guess to answer your question, I’m gonna say for the musical side of me it’s Buckethead. The man is a MONSTER. He can melt your mind and tear your heart in twain at the same time. As for everything else, probably Carl Sagan, because science.

Thank you so much for the question! =D

Anonymous asked
You're awesome. c; Hope you're well. :3

Awwww! Thank you, grayface!
I’m actually stressed with work, but other than that I’m okay.

the-badass-overlord asked
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Millisecond Pulsars

As the name suggestions, millisecond pulsars have pulse periods that are in the range from one to ten milliseconds. Most such millisecond pulsars are found in binary systems, typically with white-dwarf companions. These pulsars are highly magnetized, old neutron stars in binary systems which have been spun up to high rotational frequencies by accumulating mass and angular momentum from a companion star. Neutron stars form when a massive star explodes at the end of its life and leaves behind a super-dense, spinning ball of neutrons. A pulsar is the same thing as a neutron star, but with one added feature. Pulsars emit lighthouse-like beams of x-ray and radio waves that rapidly sweep through space as the object spins on its axis. Most pulsars rotate just a few times per second, but some spin hundreds of times faster. These millisecond pulsars are the fastest-rotating stars we know of.

  • To hear the sound of a pulsar, click here

Credit: NASA