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...for lack of a better term. Theoretically, if a significantly massive object were to suddenly appear amongst smaller masses, and then be suddenly obliterated, would those smaller objects still gravitate towards the now-void? Or would it just appear that way because the smaller masses were influenced by the object, no matter how short-lived its presence was?

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We have calculated the static and spherically symmetric solutions for compact stars in the f(R,T) gravity metric formalism. To describe the matter of compact stars, we have used the MIT Bag model equation of state (EoS) and the color-flavor-locked (CFL) EoS. Solving the hydrostatic equilibrium equations i.e., the modified TOV equations in f(R,T) gravity, we have obtained different stellar models.

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