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    PSR J1719−1438 bball is a diamond pulsar planetball orbiting a millisecond pulsar PSR J1719−1438ball. Discovered on August 25, 2011, and located in Serpens Caudaserpent, PSR J1719−1438 bball is composed of crystallized diamond but with a much higher density than diamond. However, 55 Cancri eball orbits an orange dwarf, while PSR J1719−1438 bball orbits a pulsar.

    History

    It is highly unlikely that PSR J1719−1438 bball would have formed before its parent, as the resulting supernova would Anschluss any nearby planetballs. It has been proposed that PSR J1719−1438 bball is not a planet but a star. Specifically, PSR J1719−1438 bball was a yellow dwarfball similar to Sunball in a binary with PSR J1719−1438ball, a higher-mass star. PSR J1719−1438ball swelled up to become a red supergiant, but the yellow dwarfball survived the supernova. Billions of years later, PSR J1719−1438 bball became a red giantball and then a white dwarfball. The gravity from the pulsar stole hydrogen and helium, and the remaining carbon crystallized, forming the diamond planetball.

    Relationships

    • 55 Cancri eball - Best friend. We are both diamonds! Don't let Earthball know, plox.
    • Draugrball, Poltergeistball, and Phobetorball - Good friends, as we are all pulsar planets.
    • Earthball - NO! DON'T LET YOUR PARASITES COME! DIAMONDS WILL BECOME WORTHLESS! I will crush any parasites with extreme gravity.
    • PSR J1719−1438ball - TRAITOROUS SIBLING! WHY DID YUO OF STEAL MY HYDROGEN AND HELIUM?! WHY ARE YUO A PULSAR?! WHY ARE YUO TRYING TO KILL ME?!

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