Nanocosmos : Astrofísica e nanotecnoloxía aliadas para debullar a poira estelar

Nanocosmos : Astrofísica e nanotecnoloxía aliadas para debullar a poira estelar

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Andres Souto

Despois de asistir fai muy pouco a unha conferencia, eiqui en Madrid, do profesor J.A. Martin Gago, sobre este apasionante tema do estudio do po estelar, foi unha ledicia escoitar a modo de resumen esta parolada vosa, que complementa moi ben aquela. Non quero despedirme sin deixar de mencionar que a sua "StarDust Machine" tuvo unha precursora ou precursor co o mesmo nome fai poucos anos, que ésta sí trouxo do espazo graos estelars auténticos.

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Efervesciencia

Grazas polo comentario Andrés

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