Exploding Stars with Dan Milisavljevic | CfA

source: Harvard University       2015年9月18日
Approximately once every second, somewhere in the universe a star ends its life in a catastrophic explosion called a supernova. These cosmic blasts shape and enrich their parent galaxies, produce exotic objects like neutron stars and black holes, and manufacture the heavy elements that make planets like Earth – and its life – possible. Dan Milisavljevic explores cutting-edge research that is unraveling the many mysteries of supernova explosions, and highlight recent breakthroughs in our ability to survey supernova debris fields in 3D and diagnose a star's impending doom.
music: 「An Ending (Ascent)」,演出者:Brian Eno (iTunes)