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Exploring the environments of exploding stars

  Research Group: Astronomy and Astrophysics
Supernovae are the explosive deaths of certain types of stars; in particular, stars a lot more massive than our Sun. The route from massive star formation… Read more

The convergence of interstellar filaments and its link to the formation of the most massive stars

  Research Group: Cardiff Hub for Astrophysics Research and Technology
In the past decade filaments have been recognised as a major structural element of the interstellar medium, the densest of these filaments hosting the formation of most stars. Read more

Marriages Made in Heaven: the Origin of Multiple Star Systems

CONTEXT. Most high- and intermediate-mass stars are in stable multiple systems, usually binary systems where the two stars pursue elliptical orbits round each other, but quite often higher-order multiples involving three or more stars. Read more

Bipolar HII Regions produced by Colliding Clouds

  Research Group: Cardiff Hub for Astrophysics Research and Technology
CONTEXT. When two interstellar clouds collide at high speed, they produce a shock-compressed layer, which becomes gravitationally unstable and fragments, producing a cluster of stars. Read more

The Non-thermal Emission from Colliding Winds Binaries

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
Colliding Winds Binaries are stellar systems containing two (usually massive) stars each with a powerful stellar wind. In systems with O stars or Wolf-Rayet stars, the winds collide at very high speeds (1000-3000 km/s). Read more

Do magnetic fields matter when it comes to star cluster formation?

  Research Group: Cardiff Hub for Astrophysics Research and Technology
Stars are the candles of the Universe, they light up every single galaxy allowing us to study their structure across the cosmos. Despite their importance, there are still many aspects of the star formation process that remain poorly constrained. Read more

Film Studies PhD (option of joint PhD with Hong Kong University)

About Film Studies PhD. The Film Studies Department is one of the the leading centres for the study of cinema in London. We have internationally recognised research strengths in the following areas. Read more

Chemistry in planet-forming regions revealed by ALMA

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) is a telescope in Chile that observes the universe at millimeter wavelengths. Read more

Research opportunities in the Department of Economics and Related Studies

Our pioneering work in new fields such as health, development and experimental economics alongside our long-established excellence in more traditional areas such as finance, macroeconomics and econometrics has confirmed York as a world-leader in economic research. Read more

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