Magnetar: Gamma-ray follows flash pause time

Magnetar: Gamma-ray follows flash pause time

A team led by Eric Linder from the University of California at Berkeley was relieved to find that they had measured nothing: there was no gamma-ray flash from the magnetar SGR J1935+2154. The neutron star in the Milky Way has thus followed the three-month resting phase that they publicly forecast. Only after this period was over, the celestial body blinked again as a gamma-ray flash on June 24, 2021.

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