New ultra-precise measurement shows that a Neutron star, witch is about 1.4 times as heavy as our Sun, has a radius of about 11 kilometers.
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Doomed neutron stars whirl toward their demise, creating blast of light and gravitational waves, in this stunning animation.
First light from gravitational wave source observed. Astronomers across the world photographed the event of the collision between two neutron stars, 130 million light-years away.