Atomic and Molecular Astrophysics

Atomic astronomy is the exploration of the atomic responses that fuel the Sun and different stars over the Universe furthermore make the assortment of nuclear cores and Understanding the hidden astrophysical procedures gives us pieces of information about starting point of the Earth and its creation; the development of life; the advancement of stars, worlds and the Universe itself; the cause of the components and their plenitudes; By distinguishing and dissecting emanations from stars, the dusty remainders from detonated stars and from reduced "dead" stars; By doing hypothetical counts on atomic conduct and its transaction with the stellar environment furthermore by planning research center examinations that investigate stellar atomic responses in the Big Bang, in stars and in supernova blasts.

  • Electromagnetic spectrum
  • Molecules and Photons – Spectroscopy and Collisions
  • Diatomic molecules
  • Lasers, light beams and light pulses
  • Optical BLOCH Equations

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