Translation of pulsar in Spanish:

pulsar

púlsar, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpəlˌsɑr//ˈpʌlsɑː/

noun

  • 1

    púlsar masculine
    • I read up on interstellar objects and astrophysics and studied quasars, pulsars and supernovas, but my main focus was black holes.
    • Black holes, the cosmic microwave background, pulsars, neutron stars, gravitational lenses, gravity waves - these are just a few of the phenomena that would make no sense without general relativity.
    • These emanations come from rapidly spinning neutron stars called pulsars - rotating beacons that periodically send energy in the direction of the earth.
    • The object is being stimulated by jets from a rapidly spinning (about thirty times a second) neutron star called a pulsar.
    • The Universe has its own heavenly sounds, such as pulsars, planetary magnetospheres and solar winds.