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Anatoly Spitkovsky

Welcome!

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University. I work in theoretical high-energy astrophysics, mainly using high-performance computing to understand the physics of relativistic outflows, pulsar magnetospheres and collisionless shocks. I am also interested in the phenomena that happen on accreting neutron stars, during X-ray bursts. Click on the Research tab to learn more.

For recent movies of pulsar magnetospheres, please see the Research tab.

 

My address:

Anatoly Spitkovsky

Department of Astrophysical Sciences

Princeton University

Peyton Hall, Ivy Lane

Princeton, NJ 08544

(609) 258-2307

anatoly@astro.princeton.edu

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