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Why do larger mass stars form quicker?

The contraction timescale of protostars towards a stable configuration where they "burn" hydrogen (the zero age main sequence, ZAMS) is governed by the rate at which the released ...
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Is it possible that some "stars" or "black holes" have "wormholes" in their center?

So wormholes are one of the four exact answers to the Einstein Field Equations. If those equations are right, which so far they have been (mostly), then wormholes must exist somewhere. However, ...
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