A Radio Pulsar Spinning at 716 Hz

@article{Hessels2006ARP,
  title={A Radio Pulsar Spinning at 716 Hz},
  author={Jason W. T. Hessels and Scott M. Ransom and Ingrid H. Stairs and Paulo C. C. Freire and Victoria M. Kaspi and Fernando Camilo},
  journal={Science},
  year={2006},
  volume={311},
  pages={1901 - 1904}
}
We have discovered a 716-hertz eclipsing binary radio pulsar in the globular cluster Terzan 5 using the Green Bank Telescope. It is the fastest spinning neutron star found to date, breaking the 24-year record held by the 642-hertz pulsar B1937+21. The difficulty in detecting this pulsar, because of its very low flux density and high eclipse fraction (∼40% of the orbit), suggests that even faster spinning neutron stars exist. If the pulsar has a mass less than twice the mass of the Sun, then its… 
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