3 search results for “supernovae” in the Student website
How the speed demons of the universe tell us something about the Milky Way
They hurtle along at over a thousand kilometres per second: the fastest stars in the Milky Way. PhD candidate Fraser Evans conducted research into these elusive hypervelocity stars and discovered that they have a lot to teach us, about black holes and supernovae, for example.
MSc Research presentation Shiyang Zhang on Tuesday July 19 @14.00h in Oort 276 (Casimir Room)
The James Webb Telescope takes stunning photos. But what exactly are we looking at?
For over a year now, the James Webb Telescope has been sending stunning images that exceed astronomers’ expectations. The photos are fascinating to see, but what exactly are we looking at? Assistant professor Melissa McClure explains.