Neutron Stars And Black Holes

Neutron Star is a celestial object of very small radius and very high density. Neutron stars are thought to form by the gravitational collapse of the remnant of a massive star after a supernova explosion, provided that the star is insufficiently massive to produce a black hole.

Neutron Stars can be dangerous because of their strong fields. If a neutron star entered our solar system, it could cause chaos, throwing off the orbits of the planets and, if it got close enough, even raising tides that would rip the planet apart.

Neutron Stars are now known to travel at speeds of hundreds of kilometers per second.

Fastest pulsar set to escape the Milky Way.

What’s At The Bottom Of A Black Hole?

According to theory, within a black hole, there’s something called a singularity. A singularity is what all the matter in a black hole gets crushed into.

Norman’s Theory.
Two of the most dangerous things in the Milky Way Galaxy is a Neutron Star and a Black Hole. A Black Hole in a Neutron Star is the same. The Neutron Star is coming towards you. The Black Hole is a Neutron Star-traveling away from you. Neutron Stars can travel so fast they can leave The Milky Way Galaxy.

Neutron Stars
Black Holes

Two Singularities Collide

When Astronomers see two Black Holes colliding on the back end you will see a larger Black Hole being created.
On the front end, you will see a Big Bang being created in Infinity. When a Neutron Star travels so fast and so far it collapses into a Singularity. Maybe this is how big Bangs are created.
Can you imagine two Neutron Stars (Singularities) traveling at hundreds of kilometers per second colliding head-on? This would make the Large Hadron Collider look like a toy. Large Hadron Collider lies in a tunnel 17 mi in circumference and as deep as 574 ft.

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