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Vela Pulsar as Seen By Fermi Gamma-Ray Telescope

Credit: NASA, DOE, International Fermi LAT Collaboration
Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope's extremely complex movements in space produce this delicate tracery of epicycles produced by the Vela Pulsar,
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