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This is my recreation of a neutron star in Lego. A neutron star is the result from a supernova explosion of a massive star. Real Neutron Stars "only" have a radius 10 km (6.2 mi) but they can have twice the mass of our sun which makes them the densest and the smallest stars in the known universe.
But enough science stuff. I think that especially astronomy and space fans are going to be pleased with this idea and will love to decorate their workplace with this model.
I modified the common sphere build to be able to attach the two poles (pulsars) to it. The whole build actually turned out to be pretty stable and sturdy.