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Pulsar

Procedural medicine A CO2 laser with pulsed and continuous energy used in skin resurfacing, dewrinkling, ENT, gynecology. See Laser.
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Pulsars emit beams of radio waves, some of which sweep across Earth once every rotation.
Planets and pulsars, the whirling cores of dead massive stars, appear to be an unlikely match.
Out of the 24 pulsars discovered, six are in binary systems orbiting the common center of mass with their stellar partner.
The Pulsar 200 NS showcases next leap in technology and design and will set the standard for others to follow.
The creation of the packaged distribution called Eclipse Pulsar Platform;
Pulsars are highly magnetic, fast-rotating neutron stars, and therefore have very short and regular rotational periods.
However, in the case of young pulsars, mathematicians at Southampton have now found a new way to measure their mass, even if a star exists on its own in space.
What Nissan do tell us, however, is that the Pulsar will be offered with a host of gadgets including a moving object detection system, blind spot warning and several other active safety features.
Pulsars are the original gamma-ray astronomy point sources.
It is the first time that a switching X-ray emission has been detected from a pulsar, and the properties of this emission are unexpectedly puzzling.
It was mentioned in the report that Bajaj said the company will come out with 350cc Pulsar next year and it is exploring even bigger motorcycles under the Pulsar brand.
Indian bikers, starved of exciting powerful bikes made the Pulsar an instant hit.