Astronomy & Space

Neutron Star vs Pulsar

Neutron Star vs Pulsar
Neutron stars are the collapsed cores of some massive stars, created during supernova explosions. Pulsar is a rotating neutron star, that is highly magnetized and it emits a beam of electromagnetic radiation.

Geosynchronous Orbit vs Geostationary Orbit

Geosynchronous Orbit vs Geostationary Orbit
A geosynchronous orbit is an orbit around a planet which has the same orbital period as the planet’s rotation period. Geostationary orbit is a kind of geosynchronous orbit but with an addition feature. It...

Galaxy vs Milky Way

Galaxy vs Milky Way
A group of numerous stars, dust, planets and other interstellar elements, tied together by a gravitational force is known as a Galaxy. Milky Way is a Galaxy that comprises of our solar system. Milky Way was...

Galaxy vs Universe

Galaxy vs Universe
A group of numerous stars, dust, planets and other interstellar matter, tied together by a gravitational force is known as a Galaxy. The Universe comprises of everything that exists in the form of matter or...

Universe vs Solar System

Universe vs Solar System
Universe is a vast space that comprises of everything that exists; it includes space and dark matter. A smallest tiny particle of sand is also a part of the Universe and similarly the largest galaxy also...

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