Black Widow: missbricosplay's Black Widow cosplay is ready for a spy mission

Black Widow: missbricosplay's Black Widow cosplay is ready for a spy mission

Black Widow

The Marvel film and television universe has recently expanded with the Hawkeye series which, albeit indirectly, is about Black Widow, one of the characters in the MCU. Now, missbricosplay offers us its own cosplay of Black Widow from Black Widow, a film dedicated to the heroine and her past.

missbricosplay offers us two very simple, lateral shots, which allow us to see that her cosplay it lacks nothing. Her Black Widow is ready for action, with firearms on her hips, ready to be drawn to defend herself and save the world.

If you're a fan of missbricosplay, then you must definitely see the Gwen Stacy cosplay. Tifa's cosplay is also worth your time. Finally, we cannot fail to suggest Harley Quinn cosplay as well.

Tell us, what do you think of the Black Widow cosplay made by missbricosplay? Has the protagonist of Black Widow and the Avengers saga been recreated in the best way?

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Plasma lensing discovered in black widow pulsar

Using the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST), a research team led by Dr. Wang Shuangqiang from the Xinjiang Astronomical Observatory (XAO) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences discovered plasma lensing phenomenon in a black widow pulsar PSR J1720-0533.

Black widow pulsar systems have a low-mass companion star in a compact orbit with a millisecond pulsar. They are characterized by ablating the companion by emission from pulsar. Black widow pulsars get their name from the 'black widow' spiders, the females of which eat the males after mating. Black widow pulsars offer valuable opportunities to investigate the characteristics of the companion stars under intense irradiation.

In this study, the researchers found that the emission of PSR J1720-0533 during the ingress of the eclipse shows quasi-periodic modulations, which may be caused by plasma lensing.

By analyzing the lensing phenomenon, the researchers concluded that the maximum magnification for the lens is 1.6, corresponding to a lens size of tens of kilometers. The discovery of the plasma lensing phenomenon in PSR J1720-0533 demonstrates a link between the dispersion measurement and lensing.

Moreover, the researchers examined the polarization profiles near the eclipse of PSR J1720-0533 and found that the linear polarization of the emission disappeared before the dispersion measurement showed significant changes. This phenomenon provides strong evidence that there is a significant magnetic field in the companion.

These results suggest that magnetic fields play an important role in the eclipsing mechanism of black widow pulsars.

In addition, the researchers estimated the mass-loss rate of the companion to be 10-12 M⊙/yr and speculated that the companion will be destroyed completely in 1010 yr.

More information: S. Q. Wang et al, Unusual Emission Variations Near the Eclipse of Black Widow Pulsar PSR J1720−0533, The Astrophysical Journal Letters (2021). DOI: 10.3847/2041-8213/ac365c

Citation: Plasma lensing discovered in black widow pulsar (2021, December 30) retrieved 30 December 2021 from

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