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Sauron's singularity: Sucking in light but lighting up the universe

When heavier stars run out of hydrogen to fuse into helium, the fusion reactions that keep the stars from imploding due to their own gravity become more difficult (as they infeasibly fuse helium into heavier elements) and eventually stop happening. 945 more words

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Talk @UFF, Pablo Saldanha (UFMG), Friday Oct. 17th, 11:00

Next Friday, Oct. 17th, we’ll have Pablo Saldanha (UFMG) visiting our group in Niterói. At 11:00 he’ll be giving a talk with title: “É possível se separar um fóton de sua polarização ou um nêutron de seu spin?”. 291 more words