A Hubble Space Telescope photo of a rapidly spinning neutron star, also known as a pulsar.

A Hubble Space Telescope photo of a rapidly spinning neutron star, also known as a pulsar.

Neutron stars are the densest and smallest stars known to exist in the universe; with a radius of only about 12–13 km (7 mi), they can have a mass of about twice that of the Sun.

Neutron stars are the densest and smallest stars known to exist in the universe; with a radius of only about 12–13 km (7 mi), they can have a mass of about twice that of the Sun.

Magnetars are a special form of Neutron star with the most powerful magnetic fields in the Universe. Bite-sized, mind blowing space facts about the Universe and the cosmos. Whether you're new to astronomy / astrophysics or not, check us out @ https://www.instagram.com/thespacekiosk/ Image: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab

Magnetars are a special form of Neutron star with the most powerful magnetic fields in the Universe. Bite-sized, mind blowing space facts about the Universe and the cosmos. Whether you're new to astronomy / astrophysics or not, check us out @ https://www.instagram.com/thespacekiosk/ Image: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab

A look at all the different ways a star can die—from neutron star collisions to ordinary supernovae, and everything in between.  http://futurism.com/images/the-futurism-guide-to-cosmic-explosions-infographic/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Futurism&utm_content=The%20Futurism%20Guide%20To%20Cosmic%20Explosions%20%5BINFOGRAPHIC%5D

A look at all the different ways a star can die—from neutron star collisions to ordinary supernovae, and everything in between. http://futurism.com/images/the-futurism-guide-to-cosmic-explosions-infographic/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Futurism&utm_content=The%20Futurism%20Guide%20To%20Cosmic%20Explosions%20%5BINFOGRAPHIC%5D

Pulsar - A pulsar (pulsating star) is a highly magnetized, rotating neutron star that emits a beam of electromagnetic radiation. Neutron stars are very dense, and have short, regular rotational periods. This produces a very precise interval, between pulses that range from roughly milliseconds to seconds for an individual pulsar.  Certain types of pulsars rival atomic clocks in their accuracy in keeping time.

Pulsar - A pulsar (pulsating star) is a highly magnetized, rotating neutron star that emits a beam of electromagnetic radiation. Neutron stars are very dense, and have short, regular rotational periods. This produces a very precise interval, between pulses that range from roughly milliseconds to seconds for an individual pulsar. Certain types of pulsars rival atomic clocks in their accuracy in keeping time.

According to general relativity, the sun’s mass makes an imprint on the fabric of spacetime that keeps the planets in orbit. A neutron star leaves a greater mark. But a black hole is so dense that it creates a pit deep enough to prevent light from escaping.

The mysterious boundary

According to general relativity, the sun’s mass makes an imprint on the fabric of spacetime that keeps the planets in orbit. A neutron star leaves a greater mark. But a black hole is so dense that it creates a pit deep enough to prevent light from escaping.

The pressure that exists in the core of a neutron star is so dense and strong, scientists think it may be very similar to the conditions of the Big Bang.

13 Scientific Facts That Will Amaze You

The pressure that exists in the core of a neutron star is so dense and strong, scientists think it may be very similar to the conditions of the Big Bang.

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