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Nucleosynthesis – origins and impacts

RAS Specialist Discussion Meeting organised by Dr Alex Murphy (Edinburgh)* and Professor Sean Ryan (Hertfordshire)

Event details

When

Feb 14, 2014
from 10:30 AM to 03:30 PM

Where

The Royal Astronomical Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, LONDON, W1J 0BQ

Contact Name

Dr Alex Murphy (Edinburgh)

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A variety of processes occurring in a diverse range of astrophysical sites have resulted in the chemical abundances observed today. Research in this area is extremely diverse, including for example gamma-ray satellite observations of short-lived isotopes in stellar ejecta, anomalous isotopic abundances in pre-solar grains, and detailed nuclear reaction cross section measurements at astrophysically important energies. This meeting aims to bring these disparate research communities together, fostering a more coherent strategy for future research in this highly interdisciplinary area.

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