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ASD Colloquium Series



Making a Universe with Axions
Chanda Prescod-Weinstein (University of New Hampshire)

What’s an axion and why do people keep talking about Bose-Einstein condensates in space? In this talk, I will describe the axion as a popular solution for open problems in particle physics, most notably dark matter. I will discuss the possibility that neutron stars are astrophysical axion laboratories and what we may learn in future endeavors, including proposed X-ray and Gamma-ray missions such as STROBE-X, eXTP, and AMEGO.

The Astrophysics Science Division colloquia occur on Tuesdays at 3:45 pm, with an opportunity to meet the speaker at 3:30 pm, in building 34, room W120A/B (unless otherwise noted).

Date January 21, 2020
Start/End Time 03:45 PM - 05:00 PM
Location B34, W120A/B
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