The new Big Bang theory: what to know about a neutron star collision

Author
Orsola De Marco
Date
20 March 2018
Contact Name
Macquarie University
Faculty
Faculty of Science and Engineering

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Macquarie astrophysicists explain how an explosion triggered by the collision of neutron stars 130 million years ago was detected for the first time, and why this astonishing event has made global headlines.

In this episode of Pioneering Minds we talk to Orsola De Marco, Professor of Physics and Astronomy in the Faculty of Science and Engineering and colleague Daniel Terno, Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy in the Macquarie Research Centre in Quantum Science and Technology.

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