“Antimatter Anomaly” –Pulsar Geminga: Does It Solve a Mystery in Our Milky-Way Neighborhood?

  New research by NASA scientists suggests that Geminga, one of the brightest pulsars located about 800 light-years away in the constellation Gemini, discovered in 1972 by NASA, could be responsible for a decade-long puzzle about why one type of cosmic particle is oddly abundant near Earth. Mattia Di Mauro, an astrophysicist at the Catholic … Continue reading “Antimatter Anomaly” –Pulsar Geminga: Does It Solve a Mystery in Our Milky-Way Neighborhood?