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Stellar Metamorphosis: Maximum Mass and Density of a Dead Star

Authors: Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski

The purpose of this paper is to re-interpret stellar evolution from physical observations in accordance with the General Theory. The maximum density of a dead star is, 8.9 ± 2.1 g cm−3, and the maximum mass is 0.0082 ± 0.0014 Jupiter masses. This is important as it sets an upper bound for dead stars, for the maximum size object a star can make, and allows us to reinterpret the interiors of gas giants as they evolve into life hosting worlds.

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[v1] 2019-06-30 15:06:11
[v2] 2019-07-08 20:51:22

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