green and red computer simulation.

Computer simulation of a thermonuclear supernova. Red and green indicate hot material enveloping the surface of the star. This will shortly lead to a detonation that will destroy the star in less than a second. Simulation by UA faculty member Dean Townsley.

Jupiter, with one moon visible
Public Observing at Moundville

September 30 @ 7:30 pm
Moundville Archaeological Park

Viewing of nebulae, star clusters, and the Andromeda Galaxy, hosted by Professors Ron Buta and Bill Keel. [...]

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Physics & Astronomy Public Talk

October 4 @ 7:00 pm
227 Gallalee Hall

Deirdre Shoemaker (Professor, Georgia Tech) will give a public talk on LIGO titled: "Spacetime Ripples and Rips: Our Amazing Universe" [...]

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Public Observing at Gallalee Hall, UA

October 8 @ 7:00 pm
Roof of Gallalee Hall

Weather permitting, viewing of nebulae, star clusters and the Andromeda Galaxy. Hosts: Prof.'s Ron Buta and Preethi Nair [...]

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