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Presented a talk about my research on supernovae at the science lunchtime series at Darwin College, University of Cambridge:

Rage Against the Dying of the Light: old supernovae teach us new tricks

Supernovae - the explosions of stars - play a variety of roles in the workings of the Universe. Some of them are also used as tools for other experiments in astrophysics. Type Ia supernovae, specifically, are used to measure distances to faraway galaxies and, in turn, constrain cosmology. However, we still do not know exactly what types of star systems explode as these supernovae or how the explosions take place. In my talk, I will show how Hubble Space Telescope observations of Type Ia supernovae years after their explosion shed new light on the physics of their explosions.
21 Jan 2021

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NameUniversity of Cambridge
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CityCambridge
CountryUnited Kingdom

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