Where do stars and planets come from? New observations with the Hubble Space Telescope, NASA’s groundbreaking new James Webb Space Telescope, and the giant radio telescope ALMA reveal galaxies in stunning detail, breaking them apart into individual star clusters and nebulae. These reveal a complex, dynamic cycle of star birth and death that is constantly playing out across the Universe. In this talk, Prof. Adam Leroy will show these new observations and describe how they reveal a complex ecosystem operating within galaxies, one that is at once violent and delicately balanced.
Adam Leroy is a professor in the Department of Astronomy at Ohio State and a member of the Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics.
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