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PSR B1919+21
Enmys shallidaghLGM-1, CP 1919, WSTB 12W15 Edit the value on Wikidata
Sorçhpulsar
Feddynit magh ecJocelyn Bell Burnell
Antony Hewish
Martin Ryle Edit the value on Wikidata
Date feddyn magh1967
Co-hollys rollageaghy Shynnagh Edit the value on Wikidata
EashJ2000.0 Edit the value on Wikidata
Fysserree fishigagh
Amm cruinlagh PN/A
Troyn fishigagh as rollageagh meadragh
Craue raadeeoil0 craue raadeeoil greiney Edit the value on Wikidata
Glout1.4 M☉ Edit the value on Wikidata
Amm çhyndaaee1.3373 s[1]
Kiart-irree (α)19h 21m 44.815s[2] Edit the value on Wikidata
Jee-chleayney (δ)21° 53′ 2.2499″[2] Edit the value on Wikidata
Lossanaght0.006 lossanaght ghreiney Edit the value on Wikidata
Eash oolit16 megaannum (en) Translate Edit the value on Wikidata
Catalogyn rollageydagh
PSR B1919+21
PSR J1921+2153 Edit the value on Wikidata

She pulsar eh PSR B1919+21. Ta amm er 1.3373 tootçhey[1] as lheead buillagh er 0.04 tootçhey echey. She eshyn va'n chied phulsar radio ve feddynit magh er 28 Sauin 1967 liorish Jocelyn Bell Burnell.[3] V'eh er smooinaghtyn hoshiaght rish tammylt beg dy row bree as reiltaght ny cowraghyn cosoylagh rish çhenjean neughrianagh as, rish shen, ren ad cur y far-ennym LGM, ny LGM-1 ny s'anmey (aa-gherrid er son "little green men" ("fir eayney veggey")) er.[4]

She CP 1919 yn enmyssey bunneydagh va currit da, as eh shassoo er son Cambridge Pulsar ec RA 19h 19m.[5] T'eh enmyssit PSR J1921+2153 chammah, as t'eh soit ayns co-hollys rollageagh y Çhynnee.

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  1. a b "Timing behavior of 96 radio pulsars" (1994). Astrophysical Journal. Ym-lioar 422 (2): 671. doi:10.1086/173760. Bibcode1994ApJ...422..671A. 
  2. a b "{{{title}}}" (Jerrey Fouyir 2004). doi:10.1111/J.1365-2966.2004.08157.X. 
  3. "Pulsar is 1st observed, November 28, 1967". EDN Network. Feddynit magh er 2013-12-20.
  4. "This Month in Physics History: February 1968: Discovery of pulsars announced". www.aps.org.
  5. Basu, Baidyanath (2003-02-01). An Introduction to Astrophysics. dg. 325. ISBN 978-81-203-1121-3.

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