Friday, December 11, 2009

UT Posts: 11/30 - 12/11

Here's my most recent articles from Universe Today:

Slow Motion Supernova - Why did SN 2008iy take longer to reach peak brightness than any other supernova yet known?

How Galaxies Lose Their Gas - A look at ram stripping as a method of gas removal.

Dating A Cluster - A New Trick - Using the "knee" at the end of the main sequence to help calibrate photometric age determinations.

Forming Planets Around Binary Stars - How well can binary star systems support planetary systems? A look at young Orion binaries.

Spirals, Tides, and M51 - Simulations show M51's spiral arms are like tidally induced.

1 comment:

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