blue, red, and green computer-generated graphic.

Computer simulation of a burning front moving upward through a channel distorted by strong turbulence. This burning front is similar to that which incinerates a star in about a second during a thermonuclear supernova. The red surface is the forward side of the front and the blue is the back. Simulation by UA faculty member Dean Townsley.

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Physics & Astronomy Colloquium – Spring 2019 – Batell

January 23 @ 3:30 pm
227 Gallalee Hall

Dr. Brian Batell will give a colloquium on Portals to the Dark Sector.

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Astronomy Public Observing Night

January 31 @ 7:00 pm
Gallalee Hall Rooftop Observatory

Dr. Jeremy Bailin will lead observing of the Orion Nebula and star clusters.

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Physics & Astronomy Colloquium – Spring 2019 – Hui

March 6 @ 3:30 pm
227 Gallalee Hall

Dr. Michelle Hui will give a colloquium presentation.

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Physics & Astronomy Colloquium – Spring 2019 – Werk

April 24 @ 3:30 pm
Gallalee Hall 227

Dr. Werk will give a colloquium talk with the title "Why Circumgalactic Matter Matters for Galaxy Evolution".

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