Schuster Colloquium 12th October - Prof Tetsuo Hatsuda: From Quarks to Neutron Stars
Neutron stars are the densest objects in the Universe. A neutron star weighs about the same as our Sun, while its radius is only about 10km.
A series of expository lectures offered to a broader audience than that of a seminar; audience members are not expected to have detailed specialist knowledge of the subject matter.
Inflationary cosmology is the most successful explanation of the large scale features of our universe, such as the uniform tempertaure distribution of the Cosmic microwave background radiation (CMB) and the near flat global geometry of the universe.