When you look up a the night sky, it appears static and unchanging. However, a closer look using telescopes finds it to be wildly violent. Objects explode, erupt and burst on all time scales, from millions of years to months to milliseconds. Many of these events have been studies in great detail but the fastest have been the most difficult to catch largely because of the technological limitations. This presentation will discuss these fast bursts and our program to catch them. Presented on 11 May 2018.
Deeper, wider, faster: Chasing the fastest bursts in the Universe (Free Astronomy Public Lectures)
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(Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing)
Free Astronomy Public Lectures
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