Neutron Stars are some of the strangest things in the Universe. Not quite massive enough to become black holes they
are basically atoms as big as mountains with properties so extreme it's mind-blowing. And if you get too close to a neutron star you are in big trouble…
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Atoms As Big As Mountains – Neutron Stars Explained
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Actually iron can fuse into new elements, otherwise we would have nothing past iron. The truth is that the fusion of iron and anything larger requires more energy than it gives off causing and an imbalance between the stars gravity and the pressure given off by the fusion in the core which ultimately causes the star to collapse.
So a suger cube but with the mass of a neutron star the same size as the suger cube (1 billion t) would be a heavely packed sugar that would a) Break your entire table where the coffee is, or b) if you were to actually lift it with your arms, then put it in the coffee, you would probably die from sugar overdose as it is probably super massive because it is 1 billion t's of sugar. c) the cube would be so heavy that it would weigh every organ that is related to food process so far down that they would be destroyed, potentially killing you.
so don't eat neutron star sugar cubes, kids.
my theory is everything in the universe would be SO MUCH bigger than we know it and electrons would span light years away from its core, and the density. if one REAL atom today has the density of 5 billion cars in a box, then the density would be about 2 suns in a box. thats my theory before i watched it.
I think I calculated how to travel at really high speeds I'm 10 ok
So go into orbit around a neutron star really fast then go really close to surface and miss the surface then break your orbit and you should be close to a fraction of light speed the only thing is gravity
I thought about this in one of your black hole videos
If you are actually ten and came up with this by yourself well done its good to have an amazing interest in science and hope you stick with it. Things like that have been theorised but obviously we can't do it yet there are some great videos on youtube that go into the topic.
I think I understand how the core collapses in on itself (no more pressure pushing outward, only gravity pushing inward), but how again does this cause the star to go supernova? An explanation is lacking here...
Could a neutron star be a new element? If you had enough electrons around it, wouldn't you have a few quadrillion protons and countless new neutrons? Wouldn't that just be the biggest isotope in the universe?
Food for thought.
It's not massive enough. A star must have a mass of at least approximately five times that of the sun to become a black hole. If it's less than that, but still significantly larger than the sun, it'll become a neutron star.
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