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 7: Stellar Corpses: White Dwarfs and Neutron StarsVideos: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Supplement the videos with reading from "OpenStax Astronomy"
Astronomy Lesson 07_03: Neutron Stars
Neutron stars are the most extreme objects in the universe composed of what we might still call normal matter. Black holes are another thing. These boundary objects have wild properties and have extreme effects on their surroundings. Forged in the instantaneous fire of a core-collapse supernova, they are awesome objects.
- Neutron Stars
- Conservation of Angular Momentum
- Jocelyn Bell Burnell
- Nuclear pasta may offer insight into strange world of neutron stars
- Nuclear Pasta in Neutron Stars
- Astromaterial Science and Nuclear Pasta
- The Crab Pulsar
- Hubble's View of the Crab Pulsar
- Space Movie Reveals Shocking Secrets of the Crab Pulsar
- Vela Pulsar Jet: New Chandra Movie Features Neutron Star Action
- Vela Pulsar
- New Chandra Movie Features Neutron Star Action
- X-ray burster
|07_01: White Dwarf Stars|
|07_02: Novae and Supernovae Type Ia|
|07_03: Neutron Stars|
|07_04: Pulsars, X-ray Binaries and Kilonovas|