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Exoplanets

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PSR J1748-2446ad is a monster indeed.

Black hole ASASSN14-li is spinning at least half as fast as the speed of light. I don't even know how much rpms is that lol
That would depend on the diameter of it. Going backwards to % of speed of light for our spinning neutron star:

20 mile diameter = ~ 32000m
32000m * pi = circumference (~100530m)
at 716x per second = ~71980170 m/s on the surface of the equator

That should be just over 24% of the speed of light. I hope I didnt mess up anywhere, its late.
 
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