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Most massive neutron star ever detected strains the limits of physics
by Ashley Strickland, CNN
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16 September 2019
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Astronomers have detected the most massive neutron star ever, and it almost shouldn't even exist. Neutron stars are the smallest in the universe, with a diameter comparable to the size of a city like Chicago or Atlanta. They are the leftover remnants of supernovae. But they are incredibly dense, with masses bigger than that of our sun. So think of the sun, compressed into a major city. The researchers weren't necessarily looking for this neutron star. Rather, it was happenstance as they searched for gravitational waves.
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