The Status and Future of Direct Nuclear Reaction Measurements for Stellar Burning

Marialuisa Aliotta, Raffaele Buompane, Manoel Couder, Aaron Couture, Richard deBoer, Alba Formicola, Lucio Gialanella, J. Glorius, Gianluca Imbriani, Matthias Junker, Christoph Langer, Annika Lennarz, Yury A Litvinov, W. -P. Liu, Maria Lugaro, Catalin Matei, Zachary P Meisel*, Luciano Piersanti, Rene Reifarth, Dan RobertsonAnna Simon, Oscar Straniero, Aurora Tumino, Michael Wiescher, Yi Xu

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

The study of stellar burning began just over 100 years ago. Nonetheless, we do not yet have a detailed picture of the nucleosynthesis within stars and how nucleosynthesis impacts stellar structure and the remnants of stellar evolution. Achieving this understanding will require precise direct measurements of the nuclear reactions involved. This report summarizes the status of direct measurements for stellar burning, focusing on developments of the last couple of decades, and offering a prospectus of near-future developments.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics
Early online date29 Sep 2021
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 29 Sep 2021

Keywords

  • nucl-ex
  • astro-ph.SR

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