Supernovae, neutron stars, black holes, and matter at high density
Prof. Grant Mathews
University of Notre Dame
Why do some stars explode into supernovae, but others form black holes? What happens when two neutron stars merge and form a black hole? Prof. Grant Mathews presents how astrophysics research at Notre Dame is answering these questions and revealing new properties of matter as these objects form.
Part of the Our Universe Revealed Lecture Series. Click here for more details.