Illustration of two spheres, in shades of purple and pink, that represent a neutron star as seen from Earth.

Neutron Star Insights Move from Theoretical to Data-Driven

Neutron stars — dead stars with a mass of up to two times our Sun squeezed into a ball the size of New Hampshire’s coastline — are among the densest objects in the universe. The composition of their interior holds clues to the expansion of the universe and the creation of black holes. Ph.D.... Read More

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