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ACApenetrator50

Big loud things on poles
I honestly thought that star was going supernova or even hyper nova for a second but then I saw some of the tendrils or whatever coming off of it and realized it’s not either of those things because she would’ve been incinerated by the heat already and it definitely is a neutron star. I honestly almost mistook it for a pulsar as well which isn’t likely because everything would have been warped down to its atomic core from the powerful magnetic fields those things create.
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Workable Goblin
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@Alcatraz
That's actually a neutron star. A white dwarf would be about the mass of the Sun (white dwarfs can have no more than about 1.4 times the mass of the Sun, or they become neutron stars) crammed into a space about the size of Earth. Or, in other words, basically a naked stellar core…which is what they are, after all.
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Alcatraz

@Daniel F2E1
Looks more like a quasar to me.

A white dwarf is when a star collapses in on itself. For example, imagine the mass of our sun, several times over, crammed into a space 10km in diameter. That is a white dwarf.

However, a quasar is constantly emitting energy and radiation, which is what looks to be happening here
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