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Stars: The Ultimate Laboratory for Modern Physics | KITP Public Lecture
Stars have long fascinated human beings, but our understanding of their true nature is only about 100 years old. Starting in the 1920s, stars have become a wonderful laboratory for modern physics, providing scientists with insight into nuclear physics, quantum mechanics, particle physics, and more recently, turbulence -- a field often described as the last unsolved problem in classical physics. In this lecture, Professor Garaud will present a selection of what scientists have learned from stars to date, and what they hope to learn in the future thanks to new advances in stellar seismology and high-performance computing.

Apr 7, 2022 06:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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