Scientists simulate black hole spaghettifying star from start to finish

[I too quickly read the title and thought it was a claim of a BH being shredded. ]

This is interesting since the monster BHs (SMBHs) are weaker in tidal stresses at their EH. A human falling through their EH will not hardly notice it's happening. A much smaller BH has a much greater gravity gradient, hence a great place to make pasta, unless your the dough. :)

Larger scale objects like this star, however, will succumb to spaghettification since, I assume, they cover much more space, those more tidal stress.