Ostdiek, K; Anderson, T; Bauder, W; Bowers, M; Collon, P; Dressler, R.; Greene, J.P.; Kutschera, W; Lu, W; Paul, M.; Wallner, Anton
Radioisotopes, produced in stars and ejected into the Interstellar Medium, are important for constraining stellar and early Solar System (ESS) models. In particular, the half-life of the radioisotope, 60Fe, can have an impact on calculations for the timing for ESS events, the distance to nearby Supernovae, and the brightness of individual, non-steady-state 60Fe gamma ray sources in the Galaxy. A half-life measurement has been undertaken at the University of Notre Dame and measurements of the...[Show more]
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