If it does indeed turn out to be one, then that will prove that supermassive blackholes can exist outside of galaxies, and that is a frightening prospect to imagine.
Further down where I discuss String Theory, I mention how current supermassive blackholes were most likely the original primordial blackholes.
Despite the mysterious nature of blackholes, the underlying physics involved with neutron stars is much more complex and fascinating.
As I said earlier, the physics of blackholes is simple relative to neutron stars.
The stars that become supernovas, neutron stars, and blackholes also have magnetic fields.
Any objects that overcome neutron, electron, and quark degeneracy pressure become blackholes.
By doing this, it would successfully describe the properties of blackholes in one equation.
Blackholes are regions in space where nothing can escape their pull of gravity.