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How big is a neutron star compared to New York City?

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center has created this image to illustrate the size of a neutron star, the “crushed core of a star that has exploded as a supernova” and packs half a million times the mass of Earth in a size that’s practically microscopic for a star.

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