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Understanding Supernova Explosions with Sophisticates Computer Simulations

Wednesday 5th June 2024

17:00-18:00 (UK time)

Online or In-person @ The University of Oxford

About the Lecture

Join the 27th Hintze Lecture, hosted by Professor Adam Burrows who will share research on 3-Dimensional computer simulations which have been programmed to understand complex physics as the core collapses, explodes, and litters the medium between the stars. You will also learn however how this new technology can give insights into the energy of such explosions, neutron starts, and black holes.

Who is this talk suitable for?

Students in IB1 and IB2 who are interested in studying Astrophysics or other related subjects at university.

Please do not register to attend if you have any lessons or other pre-planned activities which may overlap with this talk, unless you have received authorised permission to do so.

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