Faculty receives grant to continue asteroseismology research
Dr. Michael Reed, associate professor in the physics, astronomy and materials science department at Missouri State University, received a grant of $131,241from the National Science Foundation to continue his research on “Asteroseismology of Pulsating Subdwarf B Stars via Observational Mode Identification and Modeling.”
The grant will fund continued research exploring the insides of evolving stars and measurement of the vibrations within these stars. It also will fund the salaries of the researchers involved in the study.
For more information, contact Reed at (417) 836-5131.
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