Galactic Glow, Thought to Be Dark Matter, Now Hints at Hidden Pulsars

Since 2009, astrophysicists have been trying to explain the abundance of gamma radiation diffusing from the center of the Milky Way, a production of high-energy radiation far beyond what the known gamma-ray sources suggest. Tracy Slatyer, former Member in the School of Natural Sciences, has contributed evidence to the theory that pulsars, rapidly spinning neutron stars, are to blame.

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