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Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity has passed the toughest test of all time: time dilation and 6 other points proved

Pulsars are called neutron stars, which emit powerful rays and particles from their magnetic poles. A neutron star is created when the center of a star collapses on itself after a supernova explosion. However, neutron stars consist of celestial bodies with a very dense mass, very small diameter, high magnetic field and an orbit with enormous speeds. That is, stars like the sun can never form a neutron star.

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