• Long Range Interacting Systems

    The evolution of a very large set of massive particles interacting solely by Newtonian gravity is a paradigmatic problem for the statistical physics of long-range interacting systems finding application in many different areas of astrophysics and cosmology.

  • Kinematic Of the Milky Way

    The stars of our Galaxy should revolve around the central nucleus in a manner similar to how the planets revolve around the Sun, that is, with a rotating motion in which there is a balance between centrifugal and centripetal force.