El límite de Chandrasekhar para principiantes

  title={El l{\'i}mite de Chandrasekhar para principiantes},
  author={J. Pinochet},
  journal={Revista Mexicana De Fisica E},
  • J. Pinochet
  • Published 2020
  • Physics, Philosophy
  • Revista Mexicana De Fisica E
En un breve articulo publicado en 1931 y ampliado en 1935, el astrofisico hindu Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar hizo publico un importante descubrimiento astronomico donde introducia lo que en nuestros dias se conoce como limite de Chandrasekhar . Este limite establece la masa maxima que puede alcanzar una enana blanca , que es el remanente estelar que se genera cuando una estrella de baja masa ha agotado su combustible nuclear. El presente trabajo tiene un doble proposito . El primero es presentar… Expand


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