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Seminars: Spectra from stars and exoplanets

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You just like me can probably feel that some days feel boring. How to remedy this? Well you can go and listen to different seminars, here are two that I listened to recently. It is about spectra from stars and exoplanets.

I made some notes and took some photos:


Hope you can find something similar in your locality where you live.


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