1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Neutron stars are thought to rotate at about 1 revolution every second. What is the minimum mass for the neutron star so that a mass on the star’s surface is in the same situation as a satellite in orbit, that is, the strength of the gravitational field equals the centripetal acceleration at the surface? 2. Relevant equations g=(GMm)/r^2 F=(mv^2)/r a=(4pi^2r)/T^2 3. The attempt at a solution Apologies for bad formatting, new to the forums. Basically just a question from my year 12 physics studies, pretty unsure on where to go given the openness of the question. Thankyou in advance.