Who Let the Ants Out?
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A star's origins begin from a nebula, when the nebula clouds begin to condense and form a protostar. As the cloud collapses, a dense hot core forms and begins gathering dust and gas.
Once the core begins to heat up and become more dense, and the star finally reaches a point where its mass is fixed and its evolution as a star is now set.
As the star ages and grows old, it eventually collapses into a black hole. Something so dense that light cannot escape it.
If someone were to travel into the black hole, they would never escape and instantly die after they crossed the event horizon.
Which brings me to a neutron star. Neutron stars form as a result of a supernova explosion. Although they are only an average of 7 miles wide, their mass is so great, that a teaspoon would weigh a billion tons.
Similar to a black hole, if you got near a neutron star, you would probably be ripped apart painfully.
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