PSR J0751+1807 (Keck Binary Pulsar) [#1323328636]

Coordonnées

This system is located at: 470.09375 / 469.125 / -1122.21875

Coordonnées galactiques: R: 1 304,010 / l: 202,729 / b: 21,085
Coordonnées équatoriales: Ascension droite: 7h 51m 8,913s / Déclinaison: 18° 7'40,746''


Zone habitable :
Metal-rich body (0 to 2 538 637 ls), Earth-like world (39 963 366 to 59 937 681 ls), Water world (32 769 884 to 126 911 932 ls), Ammonia world (82 915 750 to 225 621 213 ls), Terraformable (31 126 518 to 62 107 197 ls)

Crédits estimés : 142 445 cr

Rapport de traffic

This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by turkwinif on 7 juil. 2016 00:36:47.

Cela a été nommé par le Projet Cartographie Galactique avec le nom de : Keck Binary Pulsar

349 ships passed through PSR J0751+1807 space, including 4 ships in the last 7 days.

2 ships passed through PSR J0751+1807 space in the last 24 hours.

Breakdown:
Anaconda - 2

Situated just a few hundred light years outside frontier borders, this is a pair of unusual pulsars. The primary pulsar is a so-called millisecond pulsar, rotating hundreds to thousands of times per second. It is also unusually heavy at 4.5 solar masses. The companion pulsar is extremely faint and cold for a neutron star - only 3.8 million kelvin. By contrast, the primary pulsar has an effective temperature of 558 million kelvin.

This pair was studied by the Keck Observatory in Hawaii.