Friday, November 5, 2021

Jocelyn Bell in front of the Cambridge radio telescope with which she discovered pulsars (1967). Pulsars are used to this day as test labs for general relativity and as ultra-precise "cosmic clocks". Her PhD advisor took credit, but astronomers have been advocating for her for decades


https://bit.ly/3BUNMik via /r/spaceporn https://bit.ly/3q9W0AF

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