Experts Find a Huge Neutron Star That’s Placed 4,600 Light-Years from Earth

In case you don’t already know, neutron stars are one of the most exciting creations of the universe. They are formed after massive exploding stars – also known as supernovas – collapse and become small spheres (by little we mean city sizes). If they have enough density, then them form quark stars, and, eventually, they turn into black holes. If we are to take a look at the law of conservation of angular momentum, we find out that neutron stars spin at fast rates. We are talking about 1122 rotations…

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