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What are the small dense remains of a high mass star
A pulsar is a rapidly-spinning neutron star, the remains of a supernova explosion.
The remains of a massive star pulled into a small volume by gravity?
A red dwarf star.
A supernova may convert to a neutron star
It can be a black hole or a Neutron Star
A neutron star is already the remains of a massive star that has run out of fuel.
In Season 3, Episode 16 "Blood Fever" they find the remains of a borg drone.
The nebula that remains after it blows up.
There isn't anyone named Pawns in Star Wars but there is a guy named Ponds. He is the second in command for Mace Windu's battalion.
Depends on the mass of the host star.It could be:-White DwarfNeutron StarBlack Hole
It can be a brown dwarf, a white dwarf, a neutron star, or a black hole.
No. A white dwarf is the remains of a medium sized star that has lasted for billions of years. The youngest star is a protostar
A White Dwarf Star remains.
may be either a neutron star or a black hole
A neutron star is the remains of a massive star that has ended it's life. There are many neutron stars and cannot have a particular age.
A new star is called a new nova. It is the result of an explosion from an old star after reaching the end of its life. The remains will compress to form another star in its place.
if u can find a star in a particular location in a certain day at a specific time in night , then u can find the same star in nearly the same location at night at the same sidereal time:provided the observation point remains the same. therefore vernal equinox helps to track the direction of a given star in the sky.
A neutron star was formed from the core remains of an exploded star. The core would shrink and crush most matter inside, creating neutrons in the neutron star.
A black hole is the stellar remains of a massive star.