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After a star dies and explodes in a supernova, what can remain
at its center is an extremely dense neutron star. A neutron star
can have a diameter of only 13 miles but produce a magnetic
field about a quadrillion times greater than the magnetic field
of Earth. It is also so dense if a baseball were made of neutron
star material it would weigh about 20 trillion kg, or about 40
times the estimated weight of the entire human population.