nucleosynthesis with the Big Bang and the Supernovas?

by Magister
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Magister is offline
Feb27-07, 11:07 AM
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Why can we only explain the nucleosynthesis with the Big Bang and the Supernovas? Where can I learn more about this subject?
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Feb27-07, 06:48 PM
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First of all, we have an Astrophysics forum on PF in which there are many discussion on nucleosythesis, supernovae and Big Bang. One should use the forum search tool to search for key words.

A general overview of astrophysics concepts can be found at

Big-bang -

Supernovae -

Nuclear synthesis -

Institute for Nuclear Theory -
University of Washington
Physics/Astronomy Building
Box 351550
Seattle, WA 98195-1550

Nuclear Astrophysics: Physics 554 and Astronomy 510

Big Bang Nucleosynthesis

Nucleosynthesis in Supernovae -

University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Department of Physics and Astronomy -
Astronomy 162
Stars, Galaxies, and Cosmology

NASA Goddard

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