Hyuqu GR-W e1-722 A

Neutron Star

System: Hyuqu GR-W e1-722

Recorded From Comms Link
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: Luis Almeida
Date Recorded: 8 November 3304
Distance From Sol: 35,248.70 ly

Age:6,892 Million Years
Solar Mass:2.089844
Solar Radius:0.000011
Mean Density:2.0138934279746e15 g/cm³
Surface Temperature:5,226,296.000000 K
Absolute Magnitude:5.046310
Luminosity:VII
Orbital Period:369,328.402963 Days
Semi Major Axis:32.012661 AU
Orbital Eccentricity:0.320565
Orbital Inclination:-18.930162 °
Argument of Periapsis166.312485 °
Rotational Period1.113963 Seconds
Atmospheric composition data is not available for stars
Planetary composition data is not available for stars
Hyuqu GR-W e1-722 A has no rings
This object holds no Galactic Records