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Journey to the Center of a Neutron Star

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There are a lot of incredible things in space, but neutron stars are some of the most mind-blowing. From liquid plasma oceans on the surface to a possible neutron superfluid in the core — as you go deeper into a neutron star, the physics gets truly wild.

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https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/20267
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