Rowan County High School senior Hannah Mabry, 17, left, found a pulsar last year, and sophomore Jessica Pal, 16, found one last month while taking part in the Pulsar Search Collaboratory. They are responsible for 40 percent of the research project's discoveries.
Rowan County High School senior Hannah Mabry, 17, left, found a pulsar last year, and sophomore Jessica Pal, 16, found one last month while taking part in the Pulsar Search Collaboratory. They are responsible for 40 percent of the research project's discoveries. Herald-Leader
Rowan County High School senior Hannah Mabry, 17, left, found a pulsar last year, and sophomore Jessica Pal, 16, found one last month while taking part in the Pulsar Search Collaboratory. They are responsible for 40 percent of the research project's discoveries. Herald-Leader

Rowan County teens make astronomical discovery

February 05, 2012 6:13 PM

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