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179 – Dr Michael Childress – Supernovae

28 Oct 2016, 09:20 UTC
179 – Dr Michael Childress – Supernovae
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In today’s episode I speak to Dr Michael Childress from the Australian National University. He talks to me about his research into supernovae. During our conversations, we cover:
– His research into the progenitors of supernovae
– The techniques used to determine what type of stars they were before going supernovae
– The difference between the types of supernovae
– At what point would a star blow up?
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In today’s episode I speak to Dr Michael Childress from the Australian National University. He talks to me about his research into supernovae. During our conversations, we cover: – His research into the progenitors of supernovae – The techniques used to determine what type of stars they were before going supernovae – The difference between […]

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