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Episode 42: The Changing Neighborhood: Stars and their Galaxies, with Christine Wilson

2 Dec 2013, 02:00 UTC
Episode 42: The Changing Neighborhood: Stars and their Galaxies, with Christine Wilson
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Feature Guest: Christine Wilson
No neighborhood avoids change, and that certainly includes the neighborhood around stars. As the stars that populate galaxies form and develop through their life cycle, how exactly do they change the interstellar medium and drive galaxy evolution? and what larger processes are at play governing the interaction between stars and the galaxies they call home? To help us answer these questions today I’m joined at the star spot by Professor Christine Wilson

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About Christine Wilson 
Christine Wilson is professor of radio astronomy at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. She has worked with the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, the Submillimeter Array and the Herschel Space Observatory. She is currently on research leave as Canadian project scientist at the Atacama Large Millimeter Array, or ALMA,  a large international collaboration involving europe, north america and japan. Her work studies star formation through observational work with large galactic surveys.

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