Are neutron stars very dense?

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A neutron star is a very small and dense star made almost completely of neutrons. They are small stars with a radius of about 11–11.5 kilometres.
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Introduction to neutron stars. ... Neutron stars rotate very ... explosion that created the neutron star, and in dense stellar regions such as ...
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Neutron Stars and Black ... to hold itself together while it rotates at very high speeds would have to be a neutron star - very small, very dense, ...
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Black Holes and Neutron Stars Cole Miller Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of Chicago. ... Thus, large black holes aren't very dense!
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问题描述:I've heard that Neutron star is very very dense, if there's neutron star that's big as a cherry dropped on Earth would weigh 100 million tons.
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Lecture 19: Neutron Stars End points of stellar evolution . Starting Mass: ... Neutron stars can spin very rapidly because they are tiny and very dense!
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