Neutrino and Nuclear Astrophysics

A neutrino is a subatomic subdivision that is very like to an electron, but has no electrical charge and a very minor mass, which might even be zero. Neutrinos are one of the most plentiful particles in the universe.

Nuclear astrophysics is the study of nuclear-level procedures that happen naturally in space. Notably, this comprises understanding the chain of synthesis events, or nucleosynthesis, that occurs in stars, and how this can be noticed from a distance by gauging the radiation these processes produce.




  • Electron Neutrino
  • Muon Neutrino
  • Tau Neutrino
  • Nuclear physics
  • Nucleosynthesis
  • Abundance of the chemical elements
  • Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics

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