A teaspoon of a neutron star is equivalent to…

A teaspoon of a neutron star is equivalent to the weight of roughly 900 Pyramids of Giza. Despite their small size of about 12.5 miles in diameter, neutron stars are incredibly dense, with a mass of about 1.5 times that of the Earth’s sun. According to National Geographic, “a sugar cube of neutron star matter would weigh about one hundred million tons on Earth,” and Futurism states that one cubic meter would have the same weight as the entire Atlantic Ocean.



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