Add to my Schedule Busy Square Route Center Dec 22, 2019 Oral Abstracts
Track C: Global Precipitation Measurement 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
20191222T1400 20191222T1500 Asia/Anadyr Light as a Cosmic Time Machine Normally, when a massive star reaches the end of its life, its core collapses into a single black hole. But if the star was spinning very rapidly, its core might stretch into a dumbbell shape and frag... Busy Square Route Center International Astronomy Symposium 2019 email@skoolsonline.com

Normally, when a massive star reaches the end of its life, its core collapses into a single black hole. But if the star was spinning very rapidly, its core might stretch into a dumbbell shape and fragment into two clumps, each forming its own black hole. A very massive star as needed here often forms out of the merger of two smaller stars. And since the stars would have revolved around each other faster and faster as they spiraled together, the resulting merged star would be expected to spin very quickly.

Speakers
University of South Carolina
Professor
Pacific Astronomical Society
Director, Propeller Systems
Nasa
Production Manager
Moderators
Lockheed Martin
Director, Military Avionics
Attendees
NASA
Director, Pluto Missions
Pacific Astronomical Society
Director, Propeller Systems
Nasa
Production Manager
Sigma Technologies

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Dr. Zoe Barnes Me too
Mar 16, 2019 04:38:58
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