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   :: Nature article on neutron star crust cooling, co-authored
       by INT Fellow Andrew Steiner

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Recent Activity at INT:

Heavy Flavor and Electromagnetic Probes in Heavy Ion Collisions (INT-14-3)
(INT Program September 15 - October 10, 2014)

Reported by A.D. Frawley, P. Petreczky, E. Scomparin, R. Vogt
Reported on November 13, 2014
The Institute for Nuclear Theory program, Heavy Flavor and Electromagnetic Probes in Heavy-Ion Collisions (INT 14-3), was held 15 September to 10 October 2014. In addition to the four organizers: Ramona Vogt (LLNL and UC Davis), Peter Petreczky (BNL), Anthony Frawley (Florida State), and Enrico Scomparin (INFN Torino), the program was attended by 34 other participants spread out over the four week period. Read more...

Binary Neutron Star Coalescence as a Fundamental Physics Laboratory (INT-14-2a)
(INT Program June 30 - July 25, 2014)

Reported by N. Andersson, S. Bose, S. Reddy, L. Rezzolla
Reported on November 20, 2014
Advanced LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) is expected to increase the existing detector sensitivity ten-fold the sensitivity by 2016-2017. This would allow us to detect Gravitational Waves (GWs) from neutron star mergers out to about 200 Mpc and open a new window to the universe. Read more...