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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Polar Jets Of Neutron Stars (NS) And Black Holes (BH).

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Posted by Alexander on February 1, 2001 03:10:10 UTC

Somebody mention "large solid object" in space. But large object can not be solid (consisting of atoms), because own weight of this object create high pressure inside: p=ngR/2 (n=density, g=gravity on surface,R=radius of the object)and this pressure crushes atoms, squizing electrons into nuclei - and then atomic object becomes neutron object: p+e=neutron.

Larger (more massive) object has higher pressure, inside which crushes even neutrons and the object then collapses futher. We call such object a black hole.

So there is no way of having large object to remain solid.

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