There are stars in the universe called neutron stars that have a density of one billion tons per centimeter cubed. That's like a giant atomic nucleus. If you want to study the things that are too small to see, just look to the neutron stars. They'll tell you. All the microcosmic building blocks of the world we know, its atoms and nuclei all stuck together inside us, show up in the macrocosmic multi-universe, interstellar space, those orbits like electron rings. Star nucleus, planet electrons.
Also, stars are formed in pairs. They orbit one another in binaries just like people try to orbit one another or seek to or want to. They die just like we do. They've formed together in a nebula of light and dust, cylinders and fingers of gravity working on matter. Some of them are horse heads, crabs, warrior helmets. All of them look like backlit fallopian tubes.
Finally, when a neutron star collapses down to an infinite density and no radius, it becomes a black hole. These are the ti