Chandrasekhar limit, Physics

Chandrasekhar limit (S. Chandrasekhar; 1930)

This is a limit that mandates that no white dwarf (a collapsed, degenerate star) may be more massive than approximates 1.4 masses solar. Any degenerate mass more massive has to  collapse inevitably into a neutron star.

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