Hypoae Scraa FG-Y f334 D

Neutron Star

System: Hypoae Scraa FG-Y f334

Recorded From EDDiscovery
Neutron stars are the stellar remnants of massive stars that have reached the end of their lives. Once nuclear fusion was exhausted, the star collapsed into a tiny volume. Because of its high mass, the matter has collapsed into an extremely high density state made up entirely of neutrons, though with insufficient mass to become a black hole.
First Discovered By: Unknown
Recorded By: Dennis Mark Grummesgaard
Date Recorded: 14 September 3304
Distance From Sol: 23,625.51 ly

Age:12,965 Million Years
Solar Mass:0.507813
Solar Radius:0.000018
Mean Density:122079649732040 g/cm³
Surface Temperature:3,274,220.000000 K
Absolute Magnitude:4.506607
Luminosity:VII
Orbital Period:1,812.459630 Days
Semi Major Axis:2.421448 AU
Orbital Eccentricity:0.107488
Orbital Inclination:11.210814 °
Argument of Periapsis100.831863 °
Rotational Period1.314633 Seconds
Atmospheric composition data is not available for stars
Planetary composition data is not available for stars
Hypoae Scraa FG-Y f334 D has no rings
This object holds no Galactic Records