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Fusion of hydrogen into helium accounts for the energy production in the sun and other stars. It is directly related to the number of events produced at the machine. Xi ∗0 and Xi ∗−, and the Omega i.e. omega −. If Q<0, the incident particle must bring in that much energy or else the reaction cannot happen. Saul Perlmutter is a recipient of the 2006 Shaw Prize in Astronomy. This agrees with experiment, which suggests that the radius of a nucleus scales with the 1/3rd power of A, RRMS ≈ 1.1A1/3 fm.

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