What is the temperature of a neutron star?
About 1.8 million degrees F.. According to energy.gov: Neutron stars produce no new heat. However, they are incredibly hot when they form and cool slowly. The neutron stars we can observe average about 1.8 million degrees Fahrenheit, compared to about 9,900 degrees Fahrenheit for the Sun.
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