Impossible “Neutron Star” Shatters Theory | Space News

What is a neutron star? Astronomers tell us that these tiny yet massively dense objects form by gravitational collapse from the remnants of a massive star that has exploded. The theoretical neutron star was invented to try to explain highly intense bursts of energy from tiny regions of space. However, a spinning “neutron star” has been observed which shines impossibly brightly, with the intensity of ten million suns. Does a better explanation exist in the domains of plasma cosmology and the Electric Universe?

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