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Fastest rotating white dwarf turns around its axis in 25 seconds

Known as LAMOST J0240+1952 the white dwarf lies about 2 000 light years away from the Sun. White dwarfs are dense cores of dead stars and only denser objects like neutron stars or black holes are known to rotate faster.

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