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astr100hw11 - Julie Gilbert ASTR100 HW 11 Section 0101 39...

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Julie Gilbert ASTR100 HW # 11 Section 0101 April 29, 2008 39. White dwarfs are probably most common because they are simply remainds of dead stars that are not rare. Black holes could not be as common because there would be more orbital disruption, and neutron stars need the collapse of a supernova to form (which isn’t
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