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|Intended for:||General public / Enrolled students / Applying students / International students / Alumni / Companies / Junior high school students / High school students / University students|
|Date(s):||July 08, 2017 14:00 - 15:30|
|Venue:||Tamarokuto Science Center, Science Lab|
500 Yen; Admission Fee for Tamarokuto Science Center (Free for junior high and high school students)
|Registration Method:||Advance registration required: Here (Registration form is available only in Japanese.)|
|Registration Period:||June 26, 2017|
The present day population of galaxies is very diverse. While some galaxies are full of gas and vigorously forming stars, others lost their gaseous fuel and stopped forming stars billions of years ago. But what causes galaxies to have such diverse behavior? I will discuss our current understanding of how galaxies form and grow over time, as well as what causes them to cease forming new stars and "die". I will talk about some of my own research that explores these processes, and highlight some open questions that astrophysicists are still working to answer.
|Contact:||Please contact the Kavli IPMU Public Relations Office (koukai-kouza_at_ipmu.jp)
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