[Mesa-users] new mesa arrivals: new public release and new instrument paper

Craig Wheeler wheel at astro.as.utexas.edu
Tue Oct 24 21:10:05 EDT 2017


Yay!

Craig


On 10/24/17 7:20 PM, Bill Paxton wrote:
> I’m happy to announce two new arrivals: mesa public release 10108 and 
> mesa instrument paper 4.
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> A detailed release message will follow in a separate email.
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> The paper is available on the arXiv: https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.08424
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> The catchy title is
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> MODULES FOR EXPERIMENTS IN STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS (MESA): CONVECTIVE 
> BOUNDARIES, ELEMENT DIFFUSION, AND MASSIVE STAR EXPLOSIONS
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> Note that for the 1st time, we’ve included links to movies hidden 
> among the figures.  Be sure to take a look; I expect them to go viral 
> and feature prominently in the next Academy Awards (either in the 
> Comedy or the Science Fiction categories).
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> Kidding aside, I’m proud of this addition to the mesa instruments 
> papers: great work by a great set of authors.  It was a sometimes 
> painful delivery but a lovely outcome —  parents recovering well.
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> Cheers,
> Bill
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