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The temperature inside a new neutron star is about 1012 Kelvin. However, the huge number of neutrinos it emits carries away so much energy that the temperature falls to around 1 million Kelvin within a few years. Even then, most of the light generated is in X-rays. In visible light, they radiate approximately the same energy in all parts of visible spectrum, and therefore appear white.