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  1. XMM-Newton spies youngest baby pulsar ever discovered | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/mssl/news/2020/jun/xmm-newton-spies-youngest-baby-pulsar-ever-discovered

    18 Jun 2020: An observation campaign led by ESA’s XMM-Newton reveals the youngest pulsar ever seen – the remnant of a once-massive star that is also a ‘magnetar’, sporting a magnetic field some 70 quadrillion times stronger than that of the Earth.

    An observation campaign led by ESA’s XMM-Newton reveals the youngest pulsar ever seen – the remnant of a once-massive star that is also a ‘magnetar’, sporting a magnetic field some 70 quadrillion times stronger than that of the Earth.

  2. UCL’s CDT to develop next-generation data science techniques for the…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/mssl/news/2017/dec/ucls-cdt-develop-next-generation-data-science-techniques-square-kilometre-array-ska

    12 Dec 2017: Luke Pratley from the UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL) has been awarded £10,000 from STFC to visit CSIRO and ICARA (Curtin University)

    Luke Pratley from the UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL) has been awarded £10,000 from STFC to visit CSIRO and ICARA (Curtin University)

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