the life of a star | milad delfan azari

May 26th, 2018

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Stars are one of the most fascinating celestial bodies in our universe. Our own star, the Sun, plays a vital role to life on Earth. What is our star made from and how did it get there? Stars have a lifespan like a living creature, and when they die it could have serious consequences to the surrounding solar system. This presentation will explore the entire life of a star, which will include a discussion of supernova, neutron stars, white dwarfs and black holes. Come and learn what they can teach us and why it is important to us on Earth.

Date: Saturday, May 26, 2018

Time: 17:00 - 18:30

Best for: Grade 5 and up

Fee: ¥500 Current KAIS/EMS Students | ¥ 1,000 Former KAIS/EMS Students |

¥ 2,000 Guardians / Adults

Location: KA International | Toritsudaigaku Campus | 4th Floor

1 Chome-6-8 Nakane, Meguro, Tokyo 152-0031

Milad Delfan Azari is a PhD candidate and a Research Assistant at Waseda University. He is involved with the High Energy Astrophysics Group within the Department of Physics. After completing his elementary and high school education in Iran, Milad moved to India and completed his undergraduate studies with a focus on theoretical physics. He then moved to Japan and earned his Master of Science degree in Theoretical Physics from Waseda University. The main focus of his research is Neutrino oscillations in core-collapse supernovae. Milad also teaches Astronomy and assists the Robotics program at KAIS International High School.