White Dwarf Stars. Low mass stars are unable to reach high enough temperatures to ignite elements heavier than carbon in their core become white dwarfs. A white dwarf is the hot exposed core of an evolved low mass star.
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A 1.44 M☼ neutron star is only about 10 km in radius.