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HD 31901

15 Jul 2020, 13:00 UTC
HD 31901
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NASA dicit:
Hear the rapid beat of HD 31901, a Delta Scuti star in the southern constellation Lepus. The sound is the result of 55 pulsation patterns TESS observed over 27 days sped up by 54,000 times. Delta Scuti stars have long been known for their apparently random pulsations, but TESS data show that some, like HD 31901, have more orderly patterns.
Video credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center and Simon Murphy, University of Sydney

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