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Neutron stars — the compressed remains of massive stars gone supernova — are the densest " normal " objects in the known universe ( black holes are technically denser, but far from normal ). Just a single sugar-cube worth of neutron-star material would weigh 100 million tons here on Earth, or about the same as the entire human population.

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