Rae Stanley

Rae Stanley

Aug 10, 2017

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    About This Project

    It has long been known that stars fuse hydrogen to produce the heavier elements, up to iron. When they die they explode as supernovae and produce most of the heaviest elements. I am proposing that elements can be made in other ways. I will be looking at black holes to observe the presence of the processes that create these elements. Understanding these processes will help scientists to better understand the history of the universe.

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