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Astronomer in profile. Photo.

Anna Arnadottir

Research engineer

Astronomer in profile. Photo.

Promenad med Partiklar

Promenade with Particles

Author

  • Anna Arnadottir
  • Emil Rofors
  • Joanna Lewis
  • Roger Eriksson
  • Wojciech Potrzebowski
  • Wolfgang Hees

Actor

  • Emil Cronemyr

Summary, in English

Thanks to binoculars, telescopes and spectroscopes, we have been able to look further out into the Universe than would ever have been possible with the naked eye. In the same way, there is a whole Universe in the other direction. Among cells, molecules, and down to atoms. But down in the nuclear world, telescopes are not needed. No, there we take the help of the small neutrons themselves.

Department/s

  • Lund Observatory
  • Vattenhallen Science Center
  • Nuclear physics
  • Biochemistry and Structural Biology

Publishing year

2021-10-02

Language

Swedish

Document type

Exhibition

Topic

  • Accelerator Physics and Instrumentation

Keywords

  • Planetarium
  • Planetariumvisning
  • ESS
  • European Spallation Source
  • Spallation
  • Astronomy
  • Planetarium
  • Planetarium show
  • ESS
  • European Spallation Source
  • Astronomy
  • Spallation

Status

Published