Chemical Elements as Tracers of the Evolution of the Cosmos – Infrastructures for Nuclear Astrophysics
Nuclear astrophysics studies the origin of the chemical elements: from the Big Bang, to stellar burning, and to neutron star mergers. ChETEC-INFRA networks the three types of infrastructures that, together, provide the capabilities needed for this quest: astronuclear laboratories supply reaction data, supercomputer facilities perform stellar structure and nucleosynthesis computations, and telescopes and mass spectrometers collect elemental and isotopic abundance data. – About ChETEC-INFRA.
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- Online Event: Transnational Access and the Molėtai Astronomical Observatory (Jan. 30)
- 18th Russbach School on Nuclear Astrophysics Open for Registration
- 30th Carpathian Summer School of Physics Announced for July 2023
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