Abstract: The possibility of the phenomenon of Bose condensation having a part to play in the discussion of neutron stars has been
around for some time. In this short report, the sorts of temperatures and densities that might be involved are discussed.
Also, an alternative way of viewing the Bose condensation phenomenon is examined once more and, although found to
lead to more accurate results in traditional examples, is found to have little numerical effect in astrophysical examples.
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