Cannot be taken with: PHY306
Minimum of 20 credits from PHY213, PHY229, PHY232, PHY305, PHY320
Aims/Description: The module will cover advanced astrophysics topics involving observations and theory of star and planet formation, plus the evolution of low, intermediate and high mass single stars, close binary evolution including their end states (white dwarfs, neutron stars, black holes), supernovae and gamma ray bursts.
Information on the department responsible for this unit (Physics and Astronomy):
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