1. Weird Star Slows Down Before 'Glitching,' and No One Knows Why  Space.com
  2. Astronomers Just Got Closer to Unravelling The Mystery of 'Glitching' Pulsars  ScienceAlert
  3. Mysterious 'glitch' in neutron stars may be down to an itch under the body's surface  The Register
  4. A Neutron Star “Glitched” — and Scientists Noticed Something Amazing  Futurism
  5. Neutron Star Anomaly Revealed More Details On These Mysterious Space Objects  Advocator
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Scientists observe glitching star as it spins faster, revealing its internal components. The spinning star slows down right before it speeds up.

Weird Star Slows Down Before 'Glitching,' and No One Knows Why | Space

Share A team of researchers recently published a paper about the study they conducted on the Vela Pulsar, a neutron star located 1,000 light-years away from our home planet. Neutron stars some of the densest objects in the entire universe, rotating at immense speeds, usually at regular paces. However, neutron stars sometimes start spinning faster […]

Neutron Star Anomaly Revealed More Details On These Mysterious Space Objects - Advocator

A peculiar hiccup in the rotation speed of a dead star has turned out to be even more interesting than we thought. For the first time, astronomers have shown that the rotation of the Vela pulsar slowed down immediately before its 2016 glitch.A peculiar hiccup in the rotation speed of a dead star has turned out to be even more interesting than we thought. For the first time, astronomers have shown that the rotation of the Vela pulsar slowed down immediately before its 2016 glitch.

Astronomers Just Got Closer to Unravelling The Mystery of 'Glitching' Pulsars

Nature isn't perfect either, eh

Mysterious 'glitch' in neutron stars may be down to an itch under the body's surface • The Register

“Glitches in the radio flashes of the Vela Pulsar show that a sudden slowdown occurs before each glitch. This tells us about the interior of a neutron star. https://t.co/qdPaoEdFJh”

Jennifer Ouellette on Twitter: "Glitches in the radio flashes of the Vela Pulsar show that a sudden slowdown occurs before each glitch. This tells us about the interior of a neutron star. https://t.co/qdPaoEdFJh"

Scientists observed a neutron star "glitching" and rapidly accelerating. A look under the hood could finally explain why it happens.Scientists observed a neutron star "glitching" and rapidly accelerating. A look under the hood could finally explain why it happens.

A Neutron Star “Glitched” — and Scientists Noticed Something Amazing