The Hand of God Pulsar & Nebula in Constellation Circinus Space 3/4" Charm for Petite Pendant or Bracelet in Silver Tone
Usually ships within 4 to 5 business days.The Hand of God pulsar & nebula charm depicts the x-ray view of the Hand of God which is a pulsar sitting within a nebula.
The artwork print is sealed and displayed under domed glass. The charm comes with a jump ring and may be added to a charm bracelet or inserted onto a necklace to be worn as a petite pendant.
The charm is silver plated brass, round and is approximately 3/4 inches (19mm) in diameter. The jump ring is silver plated brass and is approximately 6mm in diameter. While the charm is water resistant, it is not waterproof. It should not be worn during bathing, showering and swimming.
Available with no necklace (charm only) or with a cable chain (silver finished brass) in silver tone w/ lobster claw clasp and 1" extender chain.
The Hand of God is a pulsar named PSR B1509-58 sitting in a surrounding nebula. It is located within the constellation Circinus. The hand structure is created by the pulsar, a rapidly spinning neutron star which is spewing energy out into the space around it. The star spins at approximately 7 times per second. It is approximately 17,000 light years from Earth.
Introduced in our 2022 Collection.
Image credit: NASA/CXC/CfA/P. Slane et al.