Air Date: June 1, 2009

Title: Supernovae

Author: Maureen Teyssier

Performers: Maureen Teyssier

Abstract: Supernovae are the largest explosions in our Universe today. Not only have they helped us understand the Universe, but they play a crucial role in it.

Bio: Maureen Teyssier is a Ph.D. candidate at Columbia University. Her undergraduate degree is a double in Physics and Astrophysics from U.C. Berkeley. Her research interests include large scale structure, galactic dynamics, and accretion feedback. Her website is: http://astro.columbia.edu/~maureen .

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