EAS Publications Series
Volume 11, 2004The Future Astronuclear Physics
|Page(s)||191 - 197|
|Published online||12 July 2004|
A. Jorissen, S. Goriely, M. Rayet, L. Siess and H. Boffin (eds)
EAS Publications Series, 11 (2004) 191-197
Experimental Nuclear Physics for Astrophysics
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The interpretation of many astrophysical phenomena relies on an in depth understanding of different areas of physics. Nuclear physics has a particularly influential role in determining the energy and matter evolution at stellar sites. As more extensive observational data is gathered from earth and space observatories, an ever-greater demand is placed on our knowledge of the basic physical processes that underpin astrophysical phenomena. Some of the associated challenges for nuclear physics are outlined in this paper.
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