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Morgan MacLeod

Center for Astrophysics
Postdoctoral Fellow


Morgan MacLeod is a theoretical and computational astrophysicist who studies brief, transformative moments of interaction in stellar lifetimes. These can come in dense stellar systems when stars collide, or binary systems where stars evolve to transfer mass or merge. Morgan's work highlights the connections between the effects of these events on populations of stars and their imprint on the time-domain night sky.