Tuesday, August 2, 2016
1:00 pm
West Bridge 351 (LIGO Science Conference Room) – Norman Bridge Laboratory of Physics, West

LIGO Seminar

Turbulent Lives: Tales of Neutron Stars
David , Radice, LIGO, Caltech

Neutron stars live interesting and mysterious lives: from the moment they

are created in core-collapse supernovae, to the moment some of them collapse

to black-holes. In this talk, I will cover some aspects of their lives. I

will discuss their birth in core-collapse supernovae, focusing on the key

role of hydrodynamic turbulence in triggering the explosion. Then, I will

talk about the ultimate fate of neutron stars born in close binaries. I will

discuss the gravitational-wave emission during their last orbits and in the

first milliseconds after merger. Finally, I will present results from recent

studies of the neutron-rich outflows launched during neutron star mergers

and discuss some of their implications for multimessenger astronomy and

galactic chemical evolution.

 

 

We plan to broadcast these talks using TeamSpeak. Use a sub-channel of

LIGO Lab called "LIGO Seminar", which is not password protected.

NOTE: These and all other scheduled LIGO seminars are listed on the LIGO

Laboratory seminar calendar 

OR on LIGO Website: Click on LIGO CIT, under Calendars, see LIGO Seminar

Contact Sydney Meshkov syd@ligo.caltech.edu
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