A star that is too heavy to stabilize as a white dwarf can collapse further to form a neutron star: a star made entirely of neutrons, supported against gravitational collapse by degenerate neutron pressure. Repeat the steps of the previous problem for a neutron star, to determine the following: the mass-radius relation; the radius, density, Fermi energy, and Fermi temperature of a one-solar-mass neutron star and the critical mass above which a neutron star becomes relativistic and hence unstable to further collapse.
The Renaissance Mass Giovanni da Palestrina Vocabulary: Genre: The different categories of music Mass: Recreation of the last supper Composers influence in ordinary music: Composers concentrated on writing music for ordinary services. Ordinary services tend to have the same few songs with little fluctuation. For example: Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus Sanctus, Agnus Dei. Composers tended to stay away from writing music for proper ceremonies, since these princes would be play way less and would need a different song for each occasion (Holidays ex. Easter, Christmas). Multiple melodies or harmonies were frowned upon because they were considered a “distraction”. Instead, monotone or monorhythms were encouraged. Having simple, one lined melodies all