While there is no confirmation that quark stars exist, is there any theoretical limit analogous to (but different from) the Tolman–Oppenheimer–Volkoff limit for neutron stars? In other words, what is ...
Suppose you had 80% up quarks, and only 20% down quarks. How would this affect stellar formation?
What reason(s) exist to suppose that all degeneracy pressures can be overcome in Black-Hole formation?
In models of stellar collapse to a black hole, it is a given that density increases without bound towards a singularity. Electron degeneracy I get. Neutron degeneracy I get. I assume there's some ...