Prof. Davide Lazzati (NC State) visit our group and give colloquium speech

Jan 22, 2010

“Relativistic outflows, their engines, and their progenitors: a new view on what shapes Gamma-Ray Burst light curves”

Gamma-Ray Bursts are the most fascinating events in astrophysics. They are the brightest sources of radiation, they mysteriously appear and disappear in all directions, and they are seen from the largest distances and earlier epochs of the Universe. Gamma-Ray Bursts are also hard to understand and classify, owing to their extreme diversity of characteristics.

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