Cluster News

05/16/2024 Combining observations of a newly discovered binary star system with sophisticated models of stellar collapse provides important insights into the formation of stellar-mass black holes. An international team, including researchers from the ORIGINS cluster, concludes that stellar black holes can form even without a bright supernova explosion. The energy of the collapse is mainly emitted by light neutrinos with only a small asymmetry, resulting in a small recoil for the newly born black hole.

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05/07/2024 On Thursday, 13 June 2024 a new series of lectures will be launched in the planetarium: „Kosmisches Kino“ combines planetarium visualisations with live lectures by researchers.

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