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.
  • DON'T BE A CHILD
  • ONLY CHILDREN CRY
  • Oh, come on. Stop crying, children.
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