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Compact stars include white dwarfs, neutron stars, and black holes

stellar remnants formed at the end of stellar evolution are compact stars

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some dwarf stars are compact stars

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22 white dwarf stars are composed of electron degenerate matter

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23 black dwarf stars are white dwarfs that are no longer cooling

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24 brown dwarf stars is too small to fuse anything but deuterium

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neutron stars synthesize heavy elements when they merge

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black holes influence the evolution of stars and galaxies

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