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SCHILBACH, T.; TRUJILLO, J. D.  and  CABALLERO, O. L.. Nuclear physics and astronomical observations of compact objects. Nucleus [online]. 2018, n.63, pp. 62-66. ISSN 2075-5635.

We discuss our predictions of two astrophysics observations: neutrino emission and element abundances. We studied the emission and possible detection of neutrinos from past black hole accretion disks. We find neutrinos are copiously emitted from these sites and encourage the development of large facilities for detection. We also studied changes in the synthesis of neutron-rich elements due to the suppression of key nuclear processes. We find important changes in the element abundances due to the, previously overlooked, alpha decay.

Keywords : astronomy; astrophysics; neutrino detection; element abundance; black holes; accretion disks; neutron-rich isotopes; alpha decay.

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