Astronomy Professor Dr. Emily Levesque – BGM Interview

Dr. Emily Levesque is a professor in the Department of Astronomy at the University of Washington. His research program is focused on improving our overall understanding of how massive stars evolve and die. She received her bachelor’s degree in physics from MIT and a doctorate. in Astronomy from the University of Hawaii.

Emily knew she wanted to be an astronomer from the moment she saw Halley’s Comet in the night sky as a child. As a student at MIT, she was already developing a technical interest in massive stars, central to her career. So we explored in detail the massive stars: formation, evolution and the final fate for many: the supernova. Is Betelgeuse, in our own stellar core, about to become a supernova? Emily intervenes. We ended with a discussion of his new book The Last Stargazers. He shares stories and experiences of astronomical observation. And, finally, spiders and lasers.

Professor of Astronomy Dr. Emily Levesque

6:42 pm August 24, 2020 | 00:39:13

Dr. Emily Levesque is a professor in the Department of Astronomy at the University of Washington. His research program is focused on improving our overall understanding of how massive stars evolve and die. She received her bachelor’s degree in physics from MIT and a doctorate. in astronomy from …

My background interview with Dr Emily Levesque

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