Stars of which type are the smallest in diameter?

white dwarfs
brown dwarfs
red dwarfs
neutron stars
A typical neutron star has a mass between about 1 and 2 solar masses, with a cor­re­spond­ing radius of just about 12 km. Some of them (pul­sars), rotate as quickly as once per 33-mil­lisec­ond, so their radius must be very small not to break the light speed limit at the surface level.

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white dwarfs
brown dwarfs
red dwarfs
neutron stars
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flagFinland
9%
0%
0%
90%
11
flagItaly
12%
0%
0%
88%
25
flagBangladesh
7%
0%
15%
76%
13
flagFrance
16%
3%
6%
73%
30
flagSpain
16%
0%
11%
72%
18
flagGermany
23%
1%
10%
64%
143
flagthe United Kingdom
22%
5%
9%
62%
288
flagPoland
22%
6%
11%
58%
8945
flagthe Netherlands
23%
0%
17%
58%
34
flagthe Philippines
25%
8%
5%
57%
35
flagCanada
25%
7%
7%
57%
28
flagthe United States
26%
9%
13%
50%
448
flagthe United Arab Emirates
16%
4%
29%
50%
24
flagUnknown
28%
8%
14%
49%
553
flagIndia
25%
12%
12%
48%
247
flagIndonesia
38%
0%
15%
46%
13
flagRepublic of Ireland
26%
8%
21%
43%
23
flagNorway
42%
5%
10%
42%
19
flagPakistan
38%
5%
16%
38%
18
flagAustralia
43%
9%
12%
34%
32

Gender

men58%
women55%
white dwarfs
22%
22%
brown dwarfs
6%
6%
red dwarfs
11%
15%
neutron stars
58%
55%

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