Supernova remnants in the Magellanic Clouds - Rami Alsaberi - Speaker for March General Meeting
Supernova Remnants (SNRs) considered the main source of heavy elements such as Iron in the universe, also they play a vital role in the evolution of their host galaxies. Therefore, it is important to study these objects in detail. Small and Large Magellanic clouds (SMC) and (LMC) are dwarf satellite galaxies that orbit our Milky Way Galaxy. These galaxies are considered ideal laboratories to study SNRs as they are located at nearby distances, which allows us to study SNRs in good details. In the first part of this presentation, I will talk about radio properties of SNRs. In the second part, I will talk about multiwavelength study of two SNRs. One in the SMC called 1E0102.2-7219 and the other one in the LMC called N103B.
Zoom Link >> Zoom Meeting
Location Link >> St Ignatius Regis Hall or Solar Viewing
Lane Cove NSW 2066
Observation & Imaging night at one of our sites in Terry Hills or Belrose. ...
An introductory zoom session for new members to NSAS. The aim is to welcome new members so that they understand the societies facilities and meetings and how to get the most out of the club. ...