"Neutron stars are very bizarre objects. If you take one tablespoon from a neutron star it would weigh the same as Mt. Everest."


Emily levesque is a astronomer and assistant professor in the Department of Astronomy at the University of Washington. Her research focuses on massive stars and how their interactions form galaxies. We created a series of social posts to dig into how stars are formed. She does an amazing job breaking it down into digestable snacks. This installment was centered around neutron stars and how awesome and odd they are.


We saw an 70 percent retention rate from panel two to the last. Overall time on the post for those that made it to the second panel was 90 seconds.