William Paterson University
Jason Kendall is adjunct instructor of Astronomy at William Paterson University.
Jason is teaching one section of General Astronomy in the Fall of 2019:
Online Introductory Astronomy ClassCRN: 44146, PHYS 1700-81, Online lectures and laboratory activities.
Module 6: Stellar Evolution and DeathSupplements and Credits
Supplement the videos with "OpenStax Astronomy"
01: Evolution of Solar Mass Stars
The Sun will live and die. What is its fate and the fate of stars with lower mass than the Sun.
02: The Evolution of High Mass Stars
High mass stars evolve much more rapidly, and their endings are extraordinary. They are responsible for many of the elements that make up your body!
03: Core-Collapse Supernovae
When massive stars die, they go out with a huge bang. They seed the cosmos with their remains. The process by which they die is catastrophic and astonishing.
04: Supernova Remnants
Now we look in detail at the results of the labors of the most massive stars in the cosmos, and some of the most beautiful sights in a telescope. The remnants of supernova explosions.
- Stellar Evolution
- Stellar Nucleosynthesis
- Synchrotron radiation
- Synchrotron Radiation (hyperphysics)
- The Veil Nebula
- Cygnus Loop
- Hubble images Kepler's Supernova Remnant
- Tycho's Supernova 1572
- Kepler's Supernova 1604 Overview
- Kepler's Supernova
- Crab Nebula
- Hubble Space Telescope's View of the Crab
- Messier 1 in X-Rays
- The Large APEX Bolometer Camera LABOCA imaging M1 Polarization
- Crab Nebula Radio Image
- Historical Crab Nebula Polarization
- Messier 1 in SEDS
- A Spectroscopic Study of the Rich Supernova Remnant Population in M83