X-Ray Bursts

X-ray bursts are thought to be the most frequent thermonuclar explosions in the universe and occur on the surface of accreting neutron stars. The broader goal of the X-ray burst working group is to facilitate the combination of observations, observational data analysis, theoretical modeling, nuclear physics experiments, and nuclear theory to advance our understanding of X-ray bursts and the underlying neutron star.

Interested in joining, contact the chairs: Catherine Deibel Hendrik Schatz