0 Question Asked: January 14, 2020What’s the difference between a quasar, magnetar, pulsar, and blazar?0Couldn’t really find a type answer on google.In: ShareFacebook 1 AnswerVoted VeeSyven Added an answer on January 14, 2020 at 7:39 am ELI5Quasar- Black Hole Shoots Out Electromagnetic Boom Boom.Magnetar- Neutron Star, But StrongerPulsar- Neutron Star That BlinksBlazar- A Quasar, But One That Stares At YouELI18Quasars are galactic cores (Black Holes) that are emitting a large amount of electromagnetic energy. From what I understand, we can only theorize that the object is a black hole, since these objects are so bright they appear as stars.Magnetar- are neutron stars. They rotate very quickly and generate a massively powerful magnetic field. They are typically around the same size, but given a different name to reflect this power.Pulsars are neutron stars. They are also highly magnetic and emit a beam of radiation out of their magnetic poles. We call them Pulsars because they ‘pulse’ each time they flash their magnetic poles at us, one a rotation. We are able to measure this pulse and have used it for a few scientific discoveries.Blazers are bright celestial cores. They are similar to quasars, with the difference being they are pointing at you.0Reply Share ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on WhatsAppLeave an answerLeave an answerCancel reply Attachment Select file Browse Featured image Select file Browse What is the capital of UK? ( London ) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.