What's The Densest Thing in the Universe?

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What is the densest possible thing you can imagine? Well, the Sun is a heavy item. When the Sun reaches its old age at 5 billion years at collapses, it will collapse to about the size of Earth and be the very packed together. Something the size of a sugar cube will weigh the same as a loaded cement truck.  But how dense can we get?  Let’s get heavy!

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Listen to a weekly freewheeling exploration of the astonishing world of science! What’s the most inexplicable object in the cosmos? When is Doomsday coming? The heaviest thing in the universe? Nikola Tesla’s dark secret? All this and more, each week on Astounding Universe podcast with Bob Berman, astronomer for The Old Farmer’s Almanac.

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