# Is a Gravastar more dense than a Neutron Star?

Given:

• A Neutron star is the collapsed core of a larger star;
• Models for Neutron stars suggest they are composed almost entirely of neutrons;

And if:

• Bose-Einstein condensates are extremely dense agglomerations of near zero entropy bosons

Wouldn't a Gravastar be more dense than a Neutron star since it has more mass-density $\rho$ than a Neutron star, which has more entropy?