Runaway Pulsar Sports 37 Light-Year-Long Tail | Video
The pulsar jet, called IGR J1104-6103, is traveling between 2.5-5 million MPH, making it one of the fastest moving pulsars ever observed. It began its journey from the center of supernova remnant SNR MSH 11-61A in the Milky Way galaxy, its believed.
Credit: NASA/CXC/A. Hobart