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Q: How does the size of a subgiant compare to the size of a neutron star? A. A subgiant is larger than a neutron star. B. A neutron star is larger than a subgiant. C. A subgiant and a neutron
star are approximately the same size. D. A neutron star may be larger than a subgiant, depending on its temperature.
A: A spinning neutron star that emits rapid pulses of radio and optical energy? ... If the beam is directed towards Earth, it's called a Pulsar. [ ]
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