Neutron star

The neutron star is one of the densest objects in the universe. From the studies conducted so far, it has been possible to understand from the new model of the neutron star that the height of a particle in the neutron star is only a few fractions of a millimeter … because of the enormous gravitational pull …

If there is so much gravity then how can there be mountains and mountains on its surface! Squash and level every surface feature?

No, its surface is not as perfect a sphere as we previously thought. Subtle studies of mathematical forces have shown that mountains and mountains can form on the surface of a neutron star. The reason for the formation of these baby mountains is the increased strain caused by the strong electromagnetic field or a phenomenon known as glitching, in which the star suddenly starts to spin faster.

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