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  • Rights: NASA Published 17 September 2009 Size: 51 KB Referencing Hub media

    Stars with a mass between 1.5 and 3 times the mass of the sun will end up as neutron stars. A neutron star is a very small, super-dense star that is composed mostly of tightly packed neutrons. A rapidly spinning neutron star is known as a pulsar.

    Acknowledgement: NASA

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