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A Gravitationally Powered Oscillatory Pulsar Model 
Proposed advanced theory of mainstream Pulsars being oscillatory (and powered by gravitational contraction) rather than rotary.
A Tutorial on Radio Pulsars 
A tutorial from the Australia Telescope National Facility, Parkes, New South Wales
Atmospheres of Neutron Stars 
An interactive archive of neutron star atmosphere models, for advanced students and researchers.
Black Holes and Neutron Stars 
This site offers a non-technical discussion about black holes and neutron stars. Topics include what they are, how they form, how we detect them, FAQs and a links page.
Jodrell Bank Observatory: Pulsar Research 
As one of the research groups of the Jodrell Bank Observatory, we form part of the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Manchester, in the United Kingdom. We have many collaborations with other research groups across the world and
Little Green Men, White Dwarfs or Pulsars? 
A personal account by Jocelyn Bell Burnell on the discovery of pulsars.
Neutron Star Theory Group at UNAM 
Includes a small collection of neutron star images and other resources.
Neutron Stars 
Overview of what is known about neutron stars, including a discussion of X-ray bursters.
Neutron Stars and Pulsars 
Brief page with basic characteristics of neutron stars and how they were discovered.
Neutron Stars and Supernovae 
Brief look at the evidence connecting neutron stars with supernovae.
Princeton Pulsar Group 
Princeton University's site on pulsars, including a definition of pulsars, multimedia and telescopic images, and links to other web data.
Pulsar Planets Page 
Discovery of a new planet outside of our solar system in 1991.
Radio Pulsar Newsletter 
Radio pulsar abstracts published by the University of Sydney's Research Centre for Theoretical Astrophysics.
Remnant of Chinese Supernova 
Scientists using NASAs Chandra X-ray Observatory have found new evidence that a pulsar in the constellation of Sagittarius was created when a massive star exploded, witnessed by Chinese astronomers in the year 386 AD.
Virtual Trips to Black Holes and Neutron Stars Page 
Ever wonder what it would look like to travel to a black hole or neutron star?
Windows to the Universe: Neutron Stars 
A typical neutron star is the size of a small city, but it may have the mass of as many as three suns.