From neutron and quark stars to black holes

@article{Tan2020FromNA,
  title={From neutron and quark stars to black holes},
  author={Wanpeng Tan},
  journal={viXra},
  year={2020}
}
  • W. Tan
  • Published 1 March 2020
  • Physics
  • viXra
New physics and models for the most compact astronomical objects - neutron / quark stars and black holes are proposed. Under the new supersymmetric mirror models, neutron stars at least heavy ones could be born from hot deconfined quark matter in the core with a mass limit less than $2.5 M_\odot$. Even heavier cores will inevitably collapse into black holes as quark matter with more deconfined quark flavors becomes ever softer during the staged restoration of flavor symmetry. With new… 

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