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Deanne Coppejans

Coppejans, Deanne

Postdoctoral Associate

  1800 Sherman, 8037


Deanne is interested in the extreme physics in the explosions of stars; the accretion of material onto black holes, neutron stars and white dwarfs; and new kinds of high energy events that astronomers are continuing to discover. She uses multi-wavelength observations from telescopes across the globe, as well as in space, to investigate the physics of these objects in environments that cannot be reproduced in a laboratory.

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