Plasma in Astrophysical and Astronomy

Plasma in astronomy is the study of the universe beyond the earth's atmosphere. The main branches are astrometry, celestial mechanics, and astrophysics. Astrophysics is the branch of astronomy concerned with the physical processes associated with the celestial bodies and the intervening regions of space plasmas. It deals principally with the energy of stellar systems and the relation between this energy and the evolution of the system.

  • Experimental nuclear astrophysics
  • Nuclear astrophysics
  • Interstellar medium plasma
  • Waves and turbulence in laboratory plasmas
  • Optical astronomy
  • Gravitational physics
  • Radio astronomy
  • Laboratory astrophysics
  • Computational astrophysics
  • Planetary astrophysics

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