Hence the star may have instead collapsed directly into a black hole.
Eddington thought it was simply not possible that a star could collapse to a point.
It would remain preserved in death until its star collapsed and exploded.
If its mass is above the limit, the star will collapse to some denser form.
"That star won't collapse in our lifetimes, I don't care how good your doctors are!"
One day, another sizable star will collapse in a heatstroke.
More massive stars can collapse into black holes at the end of their lifetimes.
They believe that within this galaxy, a massive star may collapse every 5 or 10 years, but only rarely are these events observed on earth.
As I explained, the star is just now collapsing and will momentarily become a supernova.
The battered star collapsed as if made of smoke.