Neutron Stars

Neutron stars, formed when a star collapses in on itself, have all the weight/mass of a star packed into a diameter of roughly 10 miles. One teaspoon worth of neutron star material on earth would weigh billions of tons.

Model of a Pulsar. In this illustration the Earth is drawn below center, in the path of an approaching

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