Payton E. Rodman
I'm currently in my Honours year in astrophysics, based at the picturesque University of Tasmania. Previously, I completed my Bachelors degree here in Physics and Applied Mathematics, but I've long had a focus on astrophysics and extragalactic objects.
I have some experience researching in radio astronomy with Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN). These objects are the most luminous radio-emitting sources in the universe, and are thought to be created when matter falls into (or 'accretes onto') a supermassive black hole. Such large black holes have the same mass as millions or billions of our own Sun's mass, and are found at the centres of galaxies.
A list of published and under-construction work will be added to this site as it becomes available, along with whatever else I'm up to. If you'd like to get in contact with me, my various profiles and contact details are available below.